Former France goalkeeper Bruno Martini has died aged 58, days after being hospitalised for cardiac arrest.

The ex-Auxerre, Nancy and Montpellier player won 31 caps for his country and was France's starter at Euro 92, featuring against hosts Sweden, England and eventual champions Denmark in the group stage.

Four years later, aged 34, he was part of the squad at Euro 96 in England.

Martini retired in 1999 at Montpellier, later taking on coaching roles with the club, before becoming deputy director of the training centre.

"It's with infinite sadness that we have learned of the passing of Bruno Martini," the Ligue 1 club said in a statement.

"We will miss you greatly. Rest in peace."

Martini also served as a goalkeeping coach with the France squad that won the Euros in 2000 and finished runners-up at the World Cup in 2006.