Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has tested positive for coronavirus.
France are due to face Sweden in Solna on September 5 and Croatia in Paris three days after that, but manager Didier Deschamps has confirmed that the Premier League duo will now play no part in those games.
"I've completed at the very last minute a change in the list, because Paul Pogba, who was previously on the list, unfortunately for him he carried out a test yesterday which was returned as positive this morning," Deschamps told reporters at a press conference.
"So at the last moment he had to be replaced by Eduardo Camavinga."
Both Pogba and Ndombele will now have to spend 14 days in self-isolation, also ruling them out of taking part in pre-season preparations for United and Spurs respectively.
The news comes after a number of Chelsea players were also forced into isolation following an outbreak of coronavirus.