Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has made “good progress” on his return from injury.
This is according to The Athletic’s Jack Pitt-Brooke in alley view podcast.
Lloris has not played since February, when he suffered a knee injury against Manchester City.
He is one of several Tottenham players currently on the sidelines.
Yves Bizuma, Ryan Sessegnon and Rodrigo Bentancur were also unavailable for Tottenham boss Antonio Conte.
Pete Brook talked about Tottenham’s current injury situation and supported Lloris to come back first.
In fact, he thinks the Frenchman could even be back for Tottenham’s trip to Everton on Monday 3 April.
“I think Lloris is a step up from Bissouma,” Pitt-Brooke said. “I think he’s making good progress.
“I wouldn’t be surprised if he travels back to Goodison Park for the first game after the international break on Monday night.
“And Bissouma is a bit behind, so I don’t expect to see Bissouma in those games in early April.”
The more the better
Good to hear Lloris is recovering and could be back as soon as the international break is over.
Fraser Foster, meanwhile, has been brilliantly representing Tottenham’s first-choice goalkeeper.
You could argue that Tottenham are not as eager to get Lloris back as they were with their midfielder.
Still, the more players who can participate in the run-in, the better.
And loris is a’magnificent‘The experience a player has on the pitch and in the dressing room is invaluable.
Tottenham have a lot at stake in the league this season, and the competition for Champions League qualification is extremely fierce.
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