Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta have a number of selection dilemma for Wednesday’s match against Everton. The Gunners host Everton for their clash on Wednesday. Gunners had secured back-to-back wins against Aston Villa and Leicester City. Furthermore, this win against Everton will see them being 5 points clear of Manchester City. However, Arsenal have recently struggled against Everton recently. They have lost four of their last five encounters. Ahead of this anticipated match, the Gunners have rounded up the injury update. This included the injury updates of Gabriel Jesus, Thomas Partey, and Mohamed Elneny. Emile Smith Rowe had recently featured in a U-21 match for the Gunners against Chelsea. Thomas Partey have missed some of their important matches due to an injury. The Gunners fans would be hoping for a speedy return of the player.
Arsenal provides injury updates for their players
Thomas Partey had been ruled out for a few matches due to a muscle injury. The player however had made a return for Arsenal’s win over Leicester City. He had replaced Martin Odegaard five minutes before the end of the second half. Arsenal manager Arteta had updated on the player. He said,
“The question mark on Thomas. He hasn’t trained much but looks like he could be available. Let’s see how he goes today. We’ve missed him in the past few games and hopefully he’ll be back.”
Gabriel Jesus on the other hand is yet to return to the Arsenal team. The Brazilian suffered a ligament damage at the Qatar World Cup. Jesus had come back to London and had undergone a surgery. The player is expected to be back before Arsenal disperses for the international break in March. Mohamed Elneny had been absent since the Tottenham match. The player had picked up a knee injury in the match. The club statement earlier this month confirmed that the player had undergone a surgery.
He has been ruled out of play for the rest of the season. Elneny have since then signed a new contract with Arsenal. The player is currently in rehab as he is preparing for a return to the squad.
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