Updates on Thomas Partey and Eddie Nketiah of Arsenal ahead of today’s match against Manchester United.

Ahead of today’s Premier League match at home against Manchester United, the latest injury information for Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal team is available.

Thomas Partey during a match for Arsenal.

Update on Thomas Partey’s injuries ahead of the Arsenal-Man United match.

On Sunday, a highly entertaining Premier League matchup between Arsenal and Manchester United is scheduled to take place at the Emirates Stadium.

But Thomas Partey’s groin injury in training has dealt Mikel Arteta’s team a severe injury blow ahead of the game against the Red Devils.

The Gunners may have wanted to keep Partey’s problem under wraps before such a crucial match, but the Ghanaian FA confirmed it in a statement on Saturday.

The severe knee injury Jurrien Timber sustained on his Arsenal debut against Nottingham Forest is still bothering him, but he is making progress in his recovery.

Oleksandr Zinchenko, Gabriel Jesus, and Eddie Nketiah have all recovered from their individual injuries over the past few weeks.

They have all trained this week and will be available for the weekend.

Luke Shaw, Mason Mount, and Tyrell Malacia have all been added to the Old Trafford injury list along with Raphael Varane.

All four players are expected to miss the match in north London, but they appear to be encouraged by Sergio Reguilon’s arrival on deadline day.

Football now, I suppose.

In preparation for today’s match against United, London has compiled the most recent injury information regarding Arsenal.

John Partey.

Partey suffered a groin injury during a training session on Thursday, which was a serious setback for Arteta.

The Ghana FA confirmed this on Saturday afternoon. It is unknown how long the 30-year-old will be out of action.

Groin injury.

To be determined.

What the Ghana FA said: “On August 31, 2023, he suffered a groin injury while working out. He is currently unavailable because Club Doctors expect him to be out for a few weeks.”.

Vladimir Zinchenko.

Due to an injury sustained during the preseason that has kept him out for a few weeks, Oleksandr Zinchenko has been unable to play at the start of this season.

Having recently joined the team again, the defender might get his first start against Manchester United.

“Zinchenko’s a really important player for us,” Mikel Arteta said.

Just as Jurrien was.

It’s incredible what Jurrien gave us in the early games. But since he wasn’t present, we must take alternative action. If we sustain another injury, we will need to change our strategy.

We’re going to have something else if Bukayo isn’t there.

Consequently, the M25 won’t suffice.

Perhaps we’ll take another. If I speak to a taxi driver who has spent 20 years getting to know all of London, I will be insignificant in comparison to him because he will give me all of the best streets and options.”.

Jurrien Timber 

On his Arsenal debut against Nottingham Forest, the Dutch defender cruelly suffered an ACL tear.

Although Timber is anticipated to miss the majority of the season, he provided a social media update on Friday showcasing his development.

Knee injury.

2024 is the return date.

Huge blow, Arteta has said.

Especially for him considering how recently he joined the club. It is devastating for him to be injured the way he is. The benefits he would bring to the team were obvious when we recruited him, but he won’t be able to do it this year. We must adjust.

Unfortunately, these things do happen, so we must move on.”.

Eddie Nketah.

With a well-timed run and goal against Fulham, Nketiah, who had been on the bench, gave Arsenal the lead 2-1.

The Hale Ender then allegedly sustained a knee injury, according to rumors.

Nevertheless, the striker managed to complete the match and went on to play football and give press interviews.

London is aware that the rumors were inaccurate.

The knee is hurt.

Return day is September 3 for Manchester United (H).

Gabriel Jesus.

Although he only played for ten minutes and was unable to score a winner, the striker made his first appearance of the year off the bench in the draw against Fulham.

Knee is hurt.

Manchester United (H) — September 3.

What Arteta said: “I didn’t think it was necessary (to bring Jesus on) the way we generated chance after chance. We decided to invite him in at the last minute.

After the surgery, he has only participated in a few training sessions.”.

Takehiro Tomiya.

After receiving two cautions against Crystal Palace, Tomiyasu was dismissed from the game.

Following the completion of his one-match suspension, the defender is now eligible for this weekend’s lineup.

Manchester United (H) – September 3 is the return date.

Mohammed Elneny.

A severe knee injury the midfielder sustained in January kept him out of action for the rest of the previous season.

There haven’t been many updates on his recovery, and it’s unclear when he might return.

Knee is injured.

To be determined.

Albert Sambi Lokonga, Nicolas Pepe, and Cedric Soares are also getting better at London Colney.

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