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

Lloris impressed during Saturday’s 6-2 win over Leicestermaking a crucial save to deny Patson Ducky in the second half to deny the visitors a 3-3 draw.

The 35-year-old linked up with the France international on Monday ahead of this week’s match League of Nations matches with Austria and Denmark, but has since left his camp in Clairfontein.

He has been diagnosed with a right hip injury that will concern the Spurs boss. Antonio Conte with a trip to Arsenal on the horizon on October 1st.

“After arriving at the National Football Center in Clairfontaine on Monday morning, Hugo Lloris consulted with Dr. Franck Le Gall,” the French Football Federation said in a statement.

“Tottenham’s goalkeeper has been diagnosed with a slight injury to his right hip.

“He is therefore unavailable for the two matches against Austria on Thursday at the Stade de France and Denmark on Sunday.”

Lloris is the second Tottenham player to withdraw from the national team Ben Davis was forced to withdraw from the Wales squad after injuring his knee. He also faces a race against time to prepare to face Arsenal.

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