Hugo Lloris may have played his final game for Tottenham Hotspur after sustaining a thigh injury which is set to see the French international side-lined for the rest of the season as reported by The Athletic.
The Spurs captain was forced off in the 6-1 defeat against Newcastle United last month.
Lloris has kept 151 clean sheets in 447 appearances for the North London club and has conceded 508 goals in total.
Since joining the club in 2012 from Olympique Lyon for a fee believed to be in the region of €12.60m, Lloris has been a main stay in the Spurs side.
However rumours have been beginning to circulate that Tottenham will be looking to move on from the 36-year-old in the coming summer transfer window.
The French shot stopper has played 31 times for Tottenham this season, keeping 9 clean sheets.
Fraser Forster has stepped in for Spurs this season when Lloris has been absent, keeping 3 clean sheets in 16 appearances.
Tottenham face Crystal Palace on Saturday as they continue their bid to qualify for European football.
Connor Holden | Get Football