Oleksandr Zinchenko have reacted on Instagram on the news about Takehiro Tomiyasu. Arsenal have now confirmed that the player have undergone a surgery for his injury. Zinchenko have shown his support for Tomiyasu on Instagram. Furthermore the player sustained an injury in the match against Sporting Lisbon. Arsenal lost the match on penalties. Thus knocking them out of the Europa League. Moreover Tomiyasu was even seen on crutches while leaving the Emirates. This had the Gunners fans worried for the player. The Gunners have now confirmed about the Japanese international’s injury. It has now been confirmed by the club that he will not be able to play for the rest of the season. Furthermore Zinchenko have shown his support for the player on Instagram after the news of him being out for the season came out.
Oleksandr Zinchenko shows support for his teammate Takehiro Tomiyasu
Takehiro Tomiyasu have been a successful Arsenal player since joining the Gunners last season. However he have only been used as a back-up for Ben White. The Japanese international however have been one of the solid players for the Gunners. The Gunners announced that the player have now undergone a surgery and will miss the rest of the season. He could be back for pre-season in the next campaign. The Gunners fans are devastated with the news, as the Japanese international is one of the favorites at the club. They have all been wishing him a speedy recovery including his teammate Zinchenko. Zinchenko have posted a picture of Takehiro Tomiyasu on his Instagram story. The Ukrainian wrote, “Come back stronger brother.” Ben White is Arsenal’s only available right-back at the moment. This would put the player under further pressure.
Ben White have had an amazing season so far for Arsenal. He is one of the best right-backs in the Premier League as of now. With Takehiro Tomiyasu out due to injury, White is the under a lot of pressure. If he ends up being injured then the Gunners would be in for a big trouble for their last few games this season.
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