The French football federation has confirmed Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has suffered a tendon injury to his right knee.
Lloris, 28, was substituted after just 90 seconds following a collision with teammate Kyle Walker in his side's 4-3 win over Leicester City on Saturday 21 March and was replaced by Michel Vorm.
Manager Mauricio Pochettino confirmed after the match that the Frenchman had been taken to hospital having suffered a cut to his tendon.
As a result, the goalkeeper has withdrawn from the France squad for upcoming games against Brazil and Denmark, replaced by Stade Rennais goalkeeper Benoit Costil.
Lloris, who has been ever-present in the Tottenham starting XI this season in the league, could now be a doubt for his side's visit to Burnley following the international break on 4 April.
Marine Lloris, the Tottenham goalkeeper's wife took to Twitter to provide a reassuring message to supporters, however, writing: "Thank you for all your messages. Hugo needs to rest a bit but he will be back really soon."
Tottenham's win on Saturday saw them move within a point of fifth-placed Liverpool with Harry Kane netting a hat-trick. Kane, who was handed his first England call up on Thursday for the upcoming Euro 2016 qualifier with Lithuania and friendly with Italy, opened the scoring after just six minutes, slotting home from close range.
His second needed a slice of luck as his shot deflected off the chest of Robert Huth before finding the back of the net and was handed the chance to make it three when the referee awarded Spurs a controversial penalty following a challenge on Danny Rose.
Kane, 21, made no mistake from the spot and sealed his hat-trick after 64 minutes.