Tottenham’s ‘Captain’ Hugo Lloris is back.
Britain’s ‘The Athletic’ reported on the 21st (hereinafter Korean time) that ‘Lloris will return to team training this week’. Lloris played full-time in the 1-0 win over Manchester City on the 6th of last month, but was injured in the second half.
A closer examination revealed that his knee ligaments were damaged. He was expected to take a minimum of 6 weeks and a maximum of 8 weeks. Six weeks have already passed. Lloris is expected to return to the game after the A match break.
However, while Lloris is gone, Tottenham’s atmosphere is ‘messy’. They have been eliminated from the FA Cup and European Champions League, and their fourth place in the English Premier League is at stake.
Manager Antonio Conte is also expected to leave Tottenham. Conte coincidentally mentioned Lloris right before the angry Southampton game. 토토사이트
The question was whether there would be no starting position even if Lloris returned as Fraser Foster has been showing a stable appearance recently. Conte was still Lloris. He said, “Foster is doing well. He is reliable. He is a good player and a person,” but he made sure his priority was “if Lloris returns, he will be our team’s first goalkeeper.”
Foster, who was a backup, neatly filled the void left by Lloris and was recently selected as a replacement for the England national team, drawing attention. But if Conte steps down, Lloris’s position is in the fog. Tottenham are looking for a new goalkeeper to replace Lloris, whose contract expires in 2024.