The 29-year-old full back has suffered a broken fibula for the second time this season and he will not be in contention for a place in Laurent Blanc’s 23-man squad.
“The season is over for him – he will not play in the Euros,” said Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger.
“It has not happened alone, he has been kicked on the leg. I don’t know exactly what happened and will have to see it on the television again.”
The Arsenal boss has also revealed that midfielder Abou Diaby is unlikely to reach a desired level of fitness in time to challenge for a place in France squad.
“Abou Diaby is not in the squad (to face Norwich on Saturday) and I think he’s unavailable for the Euros,” Wenger told RMC Sport.
“It would be unrealistic to think he can go to the European Championship. He has had no continuity this season. It’s unrealistic to imagine that he can play in six weeks at the Euros.”
France start their Euro 2012 campaign with a game against England on 17th June and les Bleus are 2.88 (17/9) with William Hill to start with a bang.