Ahead of the match against Everton, Bukayo Saka and Thomas Partey have both been injured for Arsenal.

Ahead of the match against Everton, Bukayo Saka and Thomas Partey have both been injured for Arsenal.

Football injury news involving Arsenal.

London gave the most recent information on the Gunners first team squad in advance of Sunday’s crucial Premier League game away at Everton.

Prior to Everton, Arsenal will provide injury updates and return times as Saka’s status changes.

Prior to this weekend’s return of Premier League play, Bukayo Saka is the newest Arsenal star to be viewed as questionable. The England international played a part in the 3-1 victory over Scotland earlier this week despite struggling with an achilles injury during the break.

For the past week, several Arsenal stars have been serving on international duty, with Gabriel Magalhaes’ injury scare posing the biggest worry.
Fortunately for the Gunners, it doesn’t appear that there is a serious problem because the Brazilian international is unlikely to go to the same treatment room as Thomas Partey and Jurrien Timber.

In preparation for this Sunday’s trip to Goodison Park, london has reviewed the most recent Arsenal injury information.

 Bukayo Saka.

The Achilles injury that plagued Arsenal starlet Bukayo Saka last season is still bothering him, according to The Daily Mail.

Saka’s inclusion on the substitutes’ list for the friendly match against Scotland on Tuesday night caught some people off guard, but it’s been reported that an Achilles problem was to blame.
Following the youngster’s historic hat trick against North Macedonia in June, Three Lions manager Gareth Southgate first made the problem public.

After the game, Southgate said the following about Saka’s goals: “We weren’t surprised by the first one; that’s how he’s been all week; we hadn’t seen the second one coming.
For him, I am thrilled.

He had a slight Achilles ache, and this was another occasion where it would have been simple to lose focus at camp and miss a memorable evening.”.

Everton (A) – September 17, Sunday.

Michael Magalhaes.

After being replaced in the 85th minute of his debut for Brazil, Gabriel Magalhaes was observed having ice applied to his thigh.

The Gunners star had earlier encountered a horrifying challenge from Diego Ibanez of Bolivia in the fifth minute of the match.
Gabriel was struck in the chest with Ibanez’s completely unsuccessful attempt to win the ball by his right knee, but the Arsenal defender kept playing for an additional 80 minutes.

Dr. Rajpal Brar, a physical therapist, gave a brief update on his preliminary analysis of the injury.
He stated: “Thigh issue for Arsenal CB Gabriel Magalhaes – not sure if it’s a muscle pull or contact-related.”.

Later, Brar updated the situation once more: “According to what several people have told me, sounds contact-related.
news that is generally favorable.”.

After Arsenal worried about Gabriel’s fitness, he later participated in Brazil training, according to Charles Watts.
After that, on Tuesday against Peru, the 25-year-old played the entire match for Brazil, giving Arteta a huge boost.

Return time: September 17 in Everton (A).

Michael Elneny.

The midfielder missed the rest of the previous season due to a serious knee injury he sustained in January.
Elneny was spotted back with the team in training photos released by Arsenal on Wednesday, September 13, indicating a quick return might be forthcoming.

The knee is hurt.

September/October 2023 is the return date.

Thomas Partey.

Partey suffered a groin injury during a training session on Thursday, which was a major setback for Arteta.
The Ghana FA confirmed this on Saturday afternoon.
How long the 30-year-old will be out of action is still unknown.

Arsenal anticipates Partey being able to play after the international break in October, according to the Daily Mail.

Groin is hurt.

Date of return: October.

What the Ghana FA said: “On August 31, 2023, he suffered a groin injury while working out. He is not currently available, according to Club Doctors, who believe he will likely be out for a few weeks.”.

Mikel Arteta’s statement is: “I don’t know. He regrettably suffered an injury while practicing. It does not appear good. I predict that he will miss a few weeks of work.

Much more of a groin.”.

Jurrien Timber.

London is aware that the Dutch international underwent a successful operation two weeks ago and is currently in the “recovery phase” of his rehabilitation.

He attended the match against Manchester United.
After the game, London spoke with Timber, who was still utilizing two crutches to get around.

When asked how he was doing with his recovery, he responded with a quick “good, good.”. He won’t be forgotten easily, especially since the club was unable to secure a suitable replacement during the summer transfer window.

Knee injury.

Date of return: 2024.

Huge blow, Arteta said.
especially for him, having only recently joined the club.
It’s a huge blow that he sustained his injury.
He wasn’t going to be able to do it this season, despite our clear intentions when we recruited him and the obvious value he would bring to the team. We have to change.
We must move on because these things regrettably do occur.”.

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