Phil Foden might miss Manchester City clash against Arsenal

David Silva

Manchester City Phil Foden might miss out on their clash against Arsenal due to an injury. Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola have provided an update about Foden’s injury. Phil Foden missed City’s clash against Wolves. They won the match in a comfortable 3-0 stumping. Earling Haaland scored his fourth hattrick since joining Manchester City. Foden have not made an appearance since their match against Manchester United. The Sky Blues lost the match 2-1 at Old Trafford. Phil Foden was taken off the pitch halfway through the match due to a foot injury. He was then replaced by Jack Grealish. The 22-year-old have made 18 starts so far this season. And have scored only one goal in his last 7 appearances.

Phil Foden could Manchester City’s match against Arsenal

Phil Foden have struggled with a foot injury in the past. His recent injury made him miss out on City’s match against Wolves. Pep Guardiola confirmed that the player had to miss the game due to an injury. The manager revealed that Foden sustained an injury in their derby defeat. He said,

“He jumped with Aaron Wan-Bissaka and had a problem with his foot. It has been a bit up and down and is a little bit uncomfortable, so we decided with the doctors to rest it. We’ll see if he arrives against Arsenal.”

When asked about his current condition, Guardiola revealed that he is getting better. The Catalan said,

“He’s getting better. We train this afternoon. Everyone else is good.”

Manchester City are currently monitoring the player’s condition. They would not want to put pressure on Phil Foden as it could affect the injury.

Manchester City hosts Arsenal this weekend for the FA Cup fourth round. This would be the first time the Premier League top two are coming face to face this season. The City manager was unable to confirm whether or not Phil Foden would be a part of the squad. City fans would be hoping to see the player back in his full health soon.

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