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Odegaard, Saka, Smith Rowe: Latest Arsenal injury news ahead of trip to confront Slavia Prague


Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has given a physical issue (injury update) update on his starting squad against Their outing to Slavia Prague on Thursday.

Arsenal played a whooping 3:0 win at Sheffield United on Sunday evening to move once more into the top 10 portion of the Premier League table.

In any case, Arsenal have placed their priority on the Europa League which is perhaps Mikel Arteta’s only chance to secure a place in a European championship come next season as this will also put an end to a four-year nonappearance from Europe’s top table.

Triumph over Sheffield United included some major disadvantages with Bukayo Saka constrained off with a thigh injury, adding to Arteta’s physical issue hardships.

The Gunners went into the installation without the presence of Martin Odegaard, David Luiz, Emile Smith Rowe, Kieran Tierney and Aubameyang. Arteta has however given a report on his harmed stars.


Talking about Bukoya Saka, Arteta said: “I don’t have the foggiest idea, he needed to fall off, he had some uneasiness in his thigh. ‘It’s the exact opposite thing that we need since we’re feeling the loss of some enormous players right now and we would prefer not to lose another.

‘I don’t have a clue about the degree of the injury. I think for Thursday David will be out, Kieran will be out, Emile and Martin we don’t have a clue yet. Furthermore, Bukayo we’ll perceive how he will recuperate in the following days.”

The director included his musings specifically on the accessibility of Odegaard and Smith Rowe for the Europa League conflict.

“I don’t have the foggiest idea,” he said. “I need to think yes however in case I’m straightforward I don’t have the foggiest idea.”

Pierre-Emmerick Aubameyang

There was some good information on the injury front for Arsenal with Aubameyang said to be recuperating in the wake of enduring from an illness a week ago.

“He was not feeling well yesterday, he was unable to prepare and thus didn’t train, he was unable to be accessible yesterday, yet ideally in a little while he will feel much better and improved and he will be available for selection,” said Arteta.

The Europa League quarter-finals first leg which ended in a 1:1 draw giving Slavia Prague the benefit of an away goal, Mikel Arteta will expect to have most of his vital players accessible as this would be prudent, or European football next season could before long be far off for the Gunners.

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