Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Hugo Lloris To Be Out Of Action For The Rest Of The Year

Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Hugo Lloris have been confirmed to "almost certainly" be out of playing action for the rest of the year after his horrible accident at the weekend.
"It is difficult to say exactly how long he will not be available," said Deschamps as France players gathered for their next Euro 2020 qualifying matches against Iceland on Friday and Turkey three days later.
"What matters to us right now is that he will not be with us for this round of games or for the next."
It is recalled that Hugo Lloris suffered a dislocated elbow which led to the conceding of the opening goal which Totteham lost 3-0 away Brighton on Saturday.
The goalkeeper was seen given oxygen and morphine as he was carried from the field before being taken to hospital.
"Almost certainly, he won't be back on the pitch in 2019," said Deschamps.
France to face Albania and Moldova in November.
However, second choice goalkeeper "Steve Mandanda" will take over in goal for France against Iceland while Paulo Gazzaniga, who replaced Lloris on Saturday, is likely to continue in the role for struggling the English club.

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