Hugo Lloris injury forces France to withdraw ahead of Tottenham-Arsenal derby clash

Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris has revealed injury concerns ahead of next month’s north London derby at Arsenal.

Lloris impressed in Saturday’s 6-2 win over Leicester by making a crucial second-half save from Patson Daka that prevented the visitors from leveling 3-3.

The 35-year-old linked up with the France national team on Monday ahead of this week’s Nations League games against Austria and Denmark but has since left his camp in Clairefontaine.

He has been diagnosed with a right thigh injury which will worry Spurs boss Antonio Conte with a trip to Arsenal due on October 1.

“When Hugo Lloris arrived at the National Football Center in Clairefontaine on Monday morning, he consulted Dr. Franck Le Gall,” read a statement from the French Football Federation.

“The Tottenham goalkeeper has been diagnosed with a small injury to his right thigh.

“He is therefore not available for the two games against Austria on Thursday at the Stade de France and in Denmark on Sunday.”

Lloris is the second Tottenham player to retire from international duty after Ben Davies was forced to withdraw from the Wales squad after suffering a knee injury. He also faces a race against time to be fit against Arsenal. Hugo Lloris injury forces France to withdraw ahead of Tottenham-Arsenal derby clash

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