Good News with 3 star players set to return for Arsenal ahead of Sevilla clash in stunning injury boost for Mikel Arteta’s team after mind blowing message from Diego Alonso

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is dealing with a mounting injury list, which includes Martin Odegaard, Thomas Partey, Gabriel Jesus, Emile Smith Rowe, and Jurrien Timber.

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta was unable to field club captain Martin Odegaard against Newcastle United on Saturday night. Odegaard scored a late consolation goal against West Ham United last week as Arsenal were knocked out of the Carabao Cup after only 10 minutes of action at the London Stadium.

According to Arsenal Trends, the 24-year-old was evaluated ahead of the Magpies game, but was ruled out despite the fact that his ailment was not significant, and he might return to play against Sevilla next week. However, the Norway international is not.

Martin Odegaard, Thomas Partey, Gabriel Jesus, Emile Smith Rowe, and Jurrien Timber are among the players on Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta’s injured list.

Martin Odegaard

On Saturday night, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta was unable to field club captain Martin Odegaard against Newcastle United. Last week, Odegaard scored a late consolation goal against West Ham United as Arsenal were eliminated from the Carabao Cup after only 10 minutes of play at the London Stadium.

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According to Arsenal Trends, the 24-year-old was checked ahead of the Magpies game but was ruled out despite the fact that his injury was minor, and he might play against Sevilla next week. The Norway international, on the other hand, is not.

Injury: Hip

Expected return date: Sevilla (H) – Wednesday, November 8

Emile Smith Rowe

Emile Smith Rowe was left out of the matchday squad for Wednesday’s trip to the London Stadium due to a knee ailment. It is unclear how long he will be out for in what is a big setback for Mikel Arteta and his teammates, however the manager stated that it would be a matter of weeks.

Injury: Knee

Expected return date: N/A

“We have a problem with him,” Arteta stated. He felt something in his knee and began to experience discomfort after the game – we’re examining him, but it’s a major concern for him. He’ll be away for several weeks.”

Thomas Partey

Partey had a thigh injury in training a few weeks back, according to Arsenal Trends. “Thomas Partey will miss tonight’s game due to a muscle issue,” the club said in a statement. Arteta later revealed that the midfielder will be out for a few weeks due to his injury.

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Injury: Thigh

Expected return date: N/A

“He’s got a muscle injury, and we expect him to be out for a few weeks,” Arteta said. We don’t know how serious it is yet; he has additional testing today. He sustained the injury during practice, with the final kick of the ball. That is very bad. He has another checkup today (Tuesday), and we’ll see what happens after that.”

Gabriel Jesus.

Gabriel Jesus was superb against Sevilla in the Champions League, scoring and assisting, but there was concern about an injury when he pulled up holding his hamstring late in the game. He eventually limped off for Eddie Nketiah with 10 minutes left in the game. It is unclear how serious the problem is.

Jesus was taken for a hamstring scan, and Arteta confirmed that the forward would be out for several weeks. According to reports, he might make a comeback in December, but whether he returns before or after the international break remains to be seen.

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Injury: Hamstring

Expected return date: N/A

“The scans show that there is a muscle injury,” Arteta stated. We could miss him again for a few weeks… I’m not going to put any (time frame) with him since I tried it once and got it completely incorrect. We need to be cautious because we need to treat him properly, but he is already pushing everyone because he wants to come back as soon as possible and we need him, so that is excellent.”

Jurrien Timber

According to Arsenal Trends, the Dutch international had successful surgery and is presently in the’recovery phase’ of his rehabilitation. He was there for the game against Manchester United earlier this season.

Timber was still requiring two crutches to walk about after the game, according to Arsenal Trends. When asked how he was doing with his rehabilitation, he said quickly, “good, good.” He will be much missed, especially since the team was unable to identify a suitable successor during the summer transfer window.

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