Manager Mauricio Pochettino has a decision to make over his No 1 goalkeeper and captain after Lloris' arrest in the early hours of Friday morning, and he may not be included in the matchday 18.
But Pochettino believes his side can end their Old Trafford drought, with Spurs having lost on their last four visits to Manchester United and failing to score.
The Missing Centre-back', a thriller starring Jose Mourinho and Harry Maguire, will feature in much of the pre-match buildup for Man Utd vs Spurs on Monday night, but what about Mauricio Pochettino's lack of summer business? Can't coaches get their coaching done in training? Why no transfer?
Manchester United will be looking to respond in style when they welcome Tottenham to Old Trafford in their third Premier League fixture this evening.
Jose Mourinho and his side will be looking to answer their critics following their shock defeat to Brighton last time out, and the stats back United to shine.
United have won 21 of their 26 home Premier League games against Tottenham (D3 L2), winning each of the last four without conceding a goal - while Spurs have lost more away Premier League matches at Old Trafford (21) than any team has lost away from home at a stadium in the competition’s history.
Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham will be looking to take advantage of the shaky start that Manchester United have made to the season after their 3-2 loss to Brighton. Spurs, have had a promising start to the Premier League with convincing wins at Newcastle and against Fulham, and will be boosted by a first goal for Harry Kan
Pochettino, who was unable to make any signings in the summer transfer window, seems quietly confident that the depth and ability he has in is squad is enough to up a serious challenge for the title this season
Jose Mourinho’s United side have made minor reinforcements adding Brazilian Fred for £53m and young Portuguese right-back Dalot for £20m. These signings are the only additions after a pretty disappointing transfer window for United and chairman Ed Woodward.
Jose Mourinho's side will be looking to bounce back from their defeat to Brighton but their defensive issues should ensure an unusually open clash
The tension at Manchester United is growing more palpable by the day. The pressure on Jose Mourinho could be set to rise even further though, as Tottenham head to Old Trafford for Monday's Premier League clash.
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