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Saliba, Saka, Trossard – Arsenal injury news and return dates ahead of Chelsea clash

Saliba, Saka, Trossard – Arsenal injury news and return dates ahead of Chelsea clash

Following the break for the international break, Arsenal will play their highly anticipated Premier League encounter against London rivals Chelsea.

Mikel Arteta has been worried about the health of Bukayo Saka and William Saliba during the international break. The international representative for England took time off to heal a hamstring issue.

Arsenal Trends is aware that the toe problem has been a cause of discomfort for a while but isn’t a serious concern. Saliba may be ready to play against London rivals Chelsea in less than two weeks, according to this information.

Leandro Trossard had a hamstring injury in the 1-0 victory against Manchester City, and it is unknown if he will be able to play against Chelsea after the break. Following that, we’ve produced a rundown of the most recent Emirates Stadium injury reports.

Bukayo Saka

After getting ejected from last week’s Champions League loss to RC Lens, Saka was not included in Arsenal’s lineup against Manchester City. Because of excessive injury worries, the winger is now questionable for the international break.

Saka attended the victory over City at the Emirates Stadium, and supporters will be hoping the 22-year-old is healthy enough to play against Chelsea in less than two weeks. The boy will not, however, be a member of the squad for the international break, according to the England men’s national team.

Saka will receive injury therapy this week before taking the weekend off with the rest of the team, according to the Evening Standard. Next Monday’s evaluation will determine whether the winger can resume training in time for the match against Chelsea.

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“He felt something, and then you’re tempted to risk him,” Mikel Arteta said. “But he couldn’t train yesterday, so he’s out of the game right away.” Although his absence is regrettable, we have adjusted after losing other players in the past few weeks. He is without a doubt an important player, but the club must use its other resources to win even without him.

The England national team has stated that “Bukayo Saka will not play in England’s games against Australia and Italy.” The forward and the rest of the Three Lions team landed at St. George’s Park on Monday. After missing Arsenal’s Premier League victory over Manchester City on Sunday due to injury, Saka was examined by England’s medical experts, and it was decided that the player would continue his recovery at his club.

thigh and hamstring pain

Unknown is the anticipated return date.

Leandro Trossard

After learning of Saka’s absence, Trossard was selected for Arteta’s squad on Sunday and made his return to the Arsenal XI against Lens last week. He was substituted by the game-winning Martinelli after only 45 minutes.

The attacker was anticipated to play in Belgium’s two-game qualifying series against Austria and Sweden for the European Championship. Trossard, though, has dropped off the list and won’t be playing, according to a national team update.

“He [Martinelli] said I was going to be there, he was there in training, and he said I am ready to go,” Mikel Arteta added. Leo Trossard was dressed and prepared to leave when I got there.

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The Belgian national team announced, “UPDATE: @LTrossard [Leandro Trossard] is not fit to join the squad at the Proximus Basecamp on Monday.” In his place, Arthur Vermeeren will act. Best regards, Arthur!”

Strain in the hamstring Unknown return date

William Saliba

Due to a toe injury, Saliba, who was one of Arsenal’s best players against Manchester City, withdrew from the France squad for the international break. North London was the first place to hear the news that the defender had apparently been hurt during the entire game.

Football.london thankfully acknowledges that the toe problem isn’t a serious condition but has been a source of discomfort for a while. Saliba may be ready to play against London rivals Chelsea in less than two weeks, according to this information.

damage to the toe

On October 21, he is expected to return to Chelsea (A).

Jurrien Timber

Football.london reports that the Dutch international underwent a successful procedure and is currently in the “recovery phase” of his recuperation.

He attended the contest with Manchester United. Football.london reports that Timber needed two crutches to get around after the game.

When asked how his recuperation was going, he responded with a brief “good, good.” He will be sorely missed, particularly considering that the team was unable to find a

suitable replacement during the summer transfer window.

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