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Arsenal injury news and return dates amid White and Martinelli updates

Arsenal injury news and return dates amid White and Martinelli updates

News about Arsenal’s injuries and expected return dates for MartinellĂ, Whitte, and Jorge after Burnley’s victory

 

Arsenal injury news and return dates amid White and Martinelli updates
Arsenal injury news and return dates amid White and Martinelli updates

As we prepare for a two-week break from club football due to the international break, Arsenal manager MĖkel Arteta has several of his key players out injured. Arsenal also has a number of injury concerns heading into the international break. Last weekend, the north London team defeated Burnley 3-1 thanks to goals from Oleksandr Zinchenko, Willam SalĖba, and Leandro Trossard.

However, they started the match without their first-choice right-back, Ben Wright, as the England international became the most recent Gunners player to be added to an extensive injury list. Among those recently dismissed are MartĖn Odegaard, Thomas Partey, Gabriel Jesus, Emile SmĖth Rowe, and JurrĂen Thompson. Naturally, the two-week break before the club’s match against Brentford later this month will allow some of those players to heal.

With everything said and done, football.london has compiled the most recent injury updates from the Emirates Stadium below.

Jorgіnho

On Saturday, Jorginho was the target of some daring challenges. He was taken off as a precaution so that his bruises and cuts could be dressed.

Injury: Leg
Expected return date: Brentford (A) – November 25

What Arteta said: “I believe he had a few bad cuts, which prevented them from being able to treat them on the patch, so they decided to remove them. I hope he’s fine. I believe he performed admirably today. I am extremely pleased with the way this man is leading, coaching, and encouraging the team in all aspects.

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Gabrіel Martіnellі

When Martinelli was substituted at the end of Arsenal’s victory over Burnley, he seemed to be clutching his right hamstring. It remains to be seen how severe his potential muscle injuries are.

Injury: Hamstrіng
Expected return date: Brentford (A) – November 25
What Arteta has saіd: N/A

Ben Whіte

White was left out of the matchday squad to play Burnley because he has been under the weather lately.

Injury: Unknown
Expected return date: Brentford (A) – November 25

What Arteta said: “He wasn’t at ease yesterday when he was translating.” He didn’t appear right. Ben, though, won’t give you much. His constant desire is to be on the patch and hide anything that is there.

However, we also noticed something that we had not noticed in the previous two weeks happening there. Today, we wished to keep him safe. It was the right call from the medical and physical departments, and we will evaluate them and determine what’s going on tomorrow.

Takehіro Tomіyasu

A problem with his eyeglasses occurred for Tomiyasu during Arsenal’s victory over Burnley. Still, he seems genuine.

Injury: Eye
Expected return date: Brentford (A) – November 25

Arteta stated: “He had a problem with his lens, but other than that, he was excellent and gave a very good performance.”

Thomas Partey

Football.london understands that Partey has undergone a “procedure” that will keep him out until the end of the season.

Injury: Thіgh
Expected return date: N/A

Arteta has stated: “We anticipate him to be out for a few weeks due to a muscle injury.” He has more tests today, so we’re not sure how bad it is. He received that injury while running, with the final kick of the ball. Very regrettable. Tuesday is his next appointment, and more information will be provided then.

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Martіn Odegaard

Odegaard has been recovering from an injury, and Arteta will be hoping that the Norwegian can resume acting following the international break.

Injury: Unknown

Arteta’s statement: “I’m not sure.” I am planning to meet with the medical department and Edu to better understand everyone’s situation, but I believe he will return after the summer break. I am not exactly sure what the decision and the community are at this time.

Expected return date: Brentford (A) – November 25
Emіle Smіth Rowe

This season, Smith Rowe has been unlucky with injuries, spending this time tending to a knee issue. He was left out of the matchday roster for last weekend’s match against the Clarets as well.

Injury: Knee
Expected return date: N/A

Arteta’s statement: “We have a problem with him.” After the game, he felt something in his knee and began to feel uneasy. We are evaluating him, but there is a significant concern about him. He will be absent for several weeks.

Gabrіel Jesus

In the Champions League match against Sevilla, Gabriel Jesus performed admirably, scoring a goal and offering assistance. However, there was cause for concern when he appeared to strain his hamstring late in the game. With ten minutes remaining, EddĖe NketĖah took his place.

Injury: Hamstrіng
Expected return date: Brentford (A) – November 25

“Gabby won’t be fĖt, with MartĖn ɞt stɖll uncertaɖn, the rest no news so far,” Arteta stated.

Jurrіen Tіmber

Football, Timber recently had a successful surgery.London is aware of this and is currently in the “recovery phase” of his rehabilitation. The club’s inability to find a suitable replacement in the summer transfer window has left the Dutchman extremely frustrated.

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Injury: ACL
Expected return date : Early 2024

Arteta’s statement: “Huge blow.” Particularly for him having recently joined the club. It is a great blow to have the injury he has. It’s for the team because we recruited him with very specific expectations, and he was bringing exceptional talent to the team, something he won’t be able to continue doing for us this season. We must change. These things regrettably occur, and we must move on.

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