HUGO LLORIS suffered a horror arm injury in Tottenham's 3-0 defeat at Brighton.
The French goalkeeper is now out of hospital after falling awkwardly, with Spurs confirming he's dislocated his elbow and will be out until New Year.
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CHRISTIAN ERIKSEN does not think Tottenham's poor run of form is a result of transfer speculation.
Speaking to Danish news outlet Ekstra Bladet, he said: “It's definitely my hardest time right now at Tottenham.
“We as players must try to keep all the negative things completely out.
“Everyone is professional and in all clubs there is talk of players going away.
“That side of the matter has no bearing on how we have performed so far this season.
“If I, as a football player, took all the rumours to me, I would float on a cloud. But I know that it can't all be true. It does not affect me what is written.”
TOBY ALDERWEIRELD will be in action for Belgium against San Marino on Thursday.
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PAULO DYBALA did not want to join Manchester United or Tottenham this summer.
The Argentine ace was linked with a move to the Premier League after struggling to impress at Juventus.
Speaking to Corriere della Sera, Dybala said: “It wasn't an easy summer. Hearing your name linked to every team and every place, where you don't want to go, isn't a nice thing.
“But this is football, even if the transfer opened I said: I want to stay here.'”
LEICESTER star James Maddison has praised Harry Winks.
The 22-year-old was asked who has caused the Foxes the most problems this season.
He told Sky Sports: “From who we've played this season – and we've played Chelsea – and Jorginho is very good at it. He is a very good footballer.
“I know maybe last year he got a little bit of stick and stuff here and there but he's a very good footballer. He controls and dictates games.
“Harry Winks is another example who is a very good passer of the ball.
“Obviously we played Tottenham and the job was to stop the danger players forcing it through the lines because that's where they will hurt you.”
MAURICIO POCHETTINO has claimed he has the full support of club chairman Daniel Levy.
Speaking at the Aspire Global Summit in Qatar, the struggling Spurs boss said: “We maintain a very good relationship and it is extraordinary to have that support.
“I have always told him that in addition to my chairman, I consider him a friend.”
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