Liverpool midfielder Naby Keita says it will take time to justify the £52 million fee the club paid for the Guinea global.
Though the club have revealed he will be "unavailable this weekend", the short-term nature of this statement suggests that the 22-year-old might still return for Spurs' opening Champions League game against Inter on Tuesday night.
On Saturday, Keita will hope to be restored to the starting lineup as Liverpool take on Tottenham Hotspur in their next league game at Wembley Stadium on Saturday.
Tottenham goalkeeper Lloris will be missing for several weeks with a thigh injury.
"He is the first to regret about everything and all that happened is not good".
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The video shows Thompson reacting with discomfort but also joking about his advances, saying that "data is hot". In the video, she noticeably squirms and says "that's a little high". "It's okay.
"We are disappointed because we're going to miss him for this game and possibly Inter Milan in the Champions League, but it is not a big issue".
'The most important is that everyone can make a mistake and he is suffering a punishment and also a feeling that society translates to him.
Pochettino said Lloris would remain captain despite his drink-driving case, replying "of course" when asked whether that would be the case. He is punishing himself.
He added: "Lloris will have another scan to see the evolution of his injury".
Dele Alli's absence could pave the way for Heung-min Son to come back into the side, after his return from a victorious Asia Games campaign.
Tottenham are now fifth in the Premier League with three wins from their opening four matches.