Keeper talks planned
New Spurs keeper Hugo Lloris is set for clear the air talks with boss Andre Villas-Boas despite not even playing for the club yet.
The French ace was signed for £8m from Lyon in the summer after a long drawn out battle to get him but before he has even pulled on a shirt for the club he has been at the centre of a row over who is the number one.
The French keeper is said to be less than impressed that Villas-Boas claimed Brad Friedel was his No 1 and, after a stunning performance against Norwich, he is set to keep his place against Reading this weekend.
Lloris, 25, who impressed in Friday's 1-0 victory in Finland, will win his 39th France cap against Belarus tomorrow. Asked about Villas-Boas' comments, Lloris said: "Obviously it's never nice but we'll see when we return on Wednesday.
"When I join up with the national team I concentrate uniquely and we'll see about my personal situation when I go back."