Arsenal Injury Update – Cazorla, Sanchez, Bellerin, Perez, Gibbs, Mertesacker & Welbeck - STDNaira✓

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11.13.2016

Arsenal Injury Update – Cazorla, Sanchez, Bellerin, Perez, Gibbs, Mertesacker & Welbeck


So, we are less than a week away from our trip to Old Trafford. It is a crucial game for both sides as they continue to struggle with injuries.

We have picked up only five points from our last three games and could do with three points on Saturday. However, the month November, which started off with a 3-2 win against Ludogorts, has started showing its true colours of late as we have been struck by multiple injuries in recent days.

Let’s take a look at our possible injury concerns ahead of the game:

Santi Cazorla: The Spaniard has been missing since our 6-0 demolition of Ludogorets last month. He suffered a knock on his achilles and was forced to come off early in the second half of the game.

Since then, he has been on the cusp of a recovery but has failed to make the final step. Now, according to famous Arsenal ITK AFC Amden, Cazorla has been ruled out of our trip to Old Trafford. He claims that Cazorla has been suffering from a chronic Achilles injury for more than a year and his recovery from the latest setback has taken longer than expected.

Hector Bellerin: The Spaniard suffered a setback during national duty with Spain U21 and returned to London. He reportedly received a knock from Danny Rose’s tackle in the North London derby. He was able to finish the 1-1 draw, but his problem flared up during the training with the national team.

According to the reports, he has been ruled out for the rest of November.

Alexis Sanchez: The Chilean suffered a hamstring injury while on national duty and was forced to miss the World Cup qualifier against Colombia. According to local reports in Chile, he has apparently recovered and has resumed training.

He is also set to feature for his national team in the qualifier against Uruguay on Tuesday. However, according to AFC Amden, it’s unlikely that he will start against United on Saturday.

Lucas Perez: The Spaniard has been missing in action ever since he picked up an ankle injury in our League Cup winning over Reading City. Early reports indicated that he could be out for seven-eight weeks. However, he recently revealed on Twitter that he has already started training and could be for an earlier recovery.

Still, the United game will be too early for him.

Kieran Gibbs: He missed the North London derby with a shoulder problem. I expect him to be available for the game against United. On the bench at least!

Danny Welbeck and Per Mertesacker remain our long-term injury doubts, and I don’t expect to either of them in action this year.


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