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Arsenal injury update, Mikel Arteta should be worried

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Arsenal is currently dealing with a series of injury concerns as they prepare for their upcoming match against Everton. These injuries pose significant challenges for Mikel Arteta‘s squad, particularly in the midfield and defensive areas. Arsenal will need to adapt and make the most of the available players as they prepare to face Everton and continue their Premier League campaign.

Latest update on injured players of Arsenal and their expected return dates

Gabriel Magalhaes: The Brazilian defender had initial concerns about a possible muscle problem following his Brazil debut. However, recent scans have shown no signs of injury, which is a positive development for Arsenal. He is expected to be fit and available for the match against Everton on Sunday, September 17.

Jurrien Timber: The Dutch international underwent successful knee surgery but is currently in the rehabilitation phase. Unfortunately, Arsenal do not anticipate his return until 2024. They will undoubtedly feel Timber’s absence. Given his value to Arsenal’s defensive setup.

Thomas Partey: The Ghanaian midfielder sustained a groin injury during a training session. The exact duration of his absence remains uncertain. Arsenal is hopeful that Partey will recover in time to make his return after the October international break. He is potentially targeting a comeback in October.

Mohamed Elneny: Elneny suffered a severe knee injury back in January. This kept him sidelined for the remainder of the previous season. Limited information is available regarding his recovery progress, and his return date remains uncertain.

The return of Gabriel Magalhaes provides some relief, but the absence of key players like Thomas Partey and Jurrien Timber will necessitate tactical adjustments and the utilization of other squad members to fill the void. Arsenal fans will be hoping for a swift and successful recovery for these players to strengthen the team’s prospects in the challenging Premier League season.

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