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Hugo Lloris admits he is worried by ‘negative feelings’ in the France squad

Hugo Lloris admits he is concerned about ‘negative feelings’ in the French squad as the World Cup rapidly approaches as Paul Pogba’s blackmail saga continues and Federation president Noel Le Graet is engulfed in a sexual harassment scandal

  • Tottenham goalkeeper expressed concern after defeat to Sporting Lisbon
  • France captain Lloris has one eye on the World Cup in Qatar later this year
  • Paul Pogba is embroiled in a blackmail scandal involving his brother Mathias
  • He is said to have asked a medicine man to cast a spell on Kylian Mbappé
  • Meanwhile, the head of the FFF Noel Le Graet faces serious allegations
  • Click here for all the latest 2022 World Cup news and updates

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Hugo Lloris has expressed concern about ‘negative feelings’ surrounding the camp in France as the World Cup quickly approaches.

The French Football Federation is being consumed by a scandal with President Noël Le Graët accused of inappropriate behavior towards female colleagues and an alleged wider culture of intimidation within the organisation.

There is also the ongoing blackmail saga involving Paul Pogba after his brother Mathias accused him of asking a medicine man to bewitch his French teammate Kylian Mbappe.

France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has admitted his concerns about 'negative' feelings in the squad

France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has admitted his concerns about ‘negative’ feelings in the squad

Paul Pogba has been accused of hiring a medicine man to bewitch striker Kylian Mbappé

Paul Pogba has been accused of hiring a medicine man to bewitch striker Kylian Mbappé

Paul Pogba has been accused of hiring a medicine man to bewitch striker Kylian Mbappé

All this worries goalkeeper and captain Lloris, who spoke out on Tuesday evening after Tottenham Hotspur’s 2-0 defeat against Sporting Lisbon in the Champions League.

‘I don’t have all the facts’ [concerning the FFF allegations]so I don’t know if that’s all justified,” he said L’Equipe.

“In any case, with only a few months left until the World Cup, it is important to show solidarity and focus on the goal” [of retaining the World Cup].

‘We will have to rely on all our strength, all our energy. We have to stay focused on the field.

“Things are too scattered at the moment. I think the international break will do us good.

“Even if there are no risks and a few significant absences, it will be good to get back together and be close again, especially as we left each other in June with a slight negative feeling.”

Paul Pogba has been accused of using witchcraft on Kylian Mbappe, something he denies

Paul Pogba has been accused of using witchcraft on Kylian Mbappe, something he denies

Mathias Pogba said through his lawyer that he was a 'stranger' to Paul .'s blackmail claims

Mathias Pogba said through his lawyer that he was a 'stranger' to Paul .'s blackmail claims

Paul Pogba (L) and his brother Mathias are in legal dispute over alleged blackmail claims, with the latter claiming he is a ‘complete stranger’ to the charges

Kylian Mbappe (R) spoke to Paul (L) and Mathias Pogba about his involvement in their feud

Kylian Mbappe (R) spoke to Paul (L) and Mathias Pogba about his involvement in their feud

Kylian Mbappe (R) spoke to Paul (L) and Mathias Pogba about his involvement in their feud

France will conclude their UEFA Nations League campaign with games against Austria in Paris on September 22 and Denmark in Copenhagen on September 25.

They are currently bottom of League A, Group One in the Nations League and risk relegation to League B if they can’t make up the two points to Austria above them.

Mathias Pogba insists he is a “complete stranger” to any racketeering attempt against his brother.

The midfielder returned from Manchester United to Juventus this summer, claiming that his brother and ‘childhood friends’ were part of a group that had targeted him at the training center in Turin.

Radio Franceinfo claimed that the group, armed with MI6 assault rifles, demanded €13 million (£13 million) from Paul Pogba.

France faces the humiliating prospect of being relegated from League A of the Nations League

France faces the humiliating prospect of being relegated from League A of the Nations League

France faces the humiliating prospect of being relegated from League A of the Nations League

French Football Federation president Noel Le Graet faces allegations over his conduct

French Football Federation president Noel Le Graet faces allegations over his conduct

French Football Federation president Noel Le Graet faces allegations over his conduct

There was a claim that Paul had used a witch doctor to bewitch Mbappe, something he denies and said was made up to discredit him.

Paul reportedly paid €100,000 (£100,000) to the group to ‘save time’ after he was threatened by masked gunmen in a Paris apartment while on international duty – only to be faced with another million-dollar claim.

Two judges have been appointed in France to investigate the allegations, but Mathias, through his lawyer, tried to “explicitly state that he is a complete unknown to any attempted extortion of his brother.”

Meanwhile, an investigation by So Foot, via Get French football newsalleged FFF chairman Le Graet has acted inappropriately towards female colleagues, with a former employer claiming: ‘It’s very simple, he jumps on anything that moves.’

So Foot said several women had resigned from the organization in the past because of sexual harassment and bullying.