Scans have revealed that Hugo Lloris will be out of action until at least January 2020.
Brighton swung a ball into the area that the Frenchman parried back out onto Neal Maupay’s head, who opened the scoring.
The initial update stated that Lloris had not suffered a fracture of any kind, and there was hope he would be back soon, but a further update provided on Monday afternoon confirmed that the 32-year-old would be out until January.
This, in my opinion, is a massive blow for Tottenham Lloris is a quality goalkeeper and a true winner – he has struggled at times this season, but he is better than Paulo Gazzaniga, who will now have to play both Premier League games and Champions League matches.
Gazzaniga will have a lot of pressure on his shoulders, and I hope he can deliver in this challenging time for Tottenham.