INJURY UPDATES: Gabriel Jesus, Thomas Partey – Arsenal injury news and return date against Sheffield United  

All the latest Arsenal injury news and return dates ahead of the Gunners’ clash with Sheffield United this weekend.

 

Arsenal suffered an injury ahead of the match against Sheffield United.

The Gunners welcome Paul Heckingbottom’s side to the Emirates Stadium on Saturday afternoon, but Mikel Arteta could be without Champions League talisman Gabriel Jesus.
The Brazil international helped Arsenal top Group B with a win over Sevilla on Tuesday night.

Unfortunately for Jesus, his form has been hampered by a hip problem that his manager is “concerned” about.
He is not the only player currently under attack. Thomas Partey picked up a hamstring injury just before the Sevilla game and Arteta hopes the Ghanaian will be back this weekend.
So football.london highlights the latest news from the London Colney Treatment Unit.

 

Gabriel Jesus was outstanding against Sevilla on Tuesday night, scoring and providing an assist, but there was injury talk after pulling a hamstring late in the game.
He finally limped off Eddie Nketiah with 10 minutes to go. It remains to be seen how serious the problem is.

Injury: hamstrings

 

Estimated Return Date: None

Arteta said: “Big games are for big players.
He had to create those moments to win in a stadium like this.
He did that in a very big way for us.
“Then he got really sad because he felt something in his tendon and I was worried about that.”

 

Thomas’ party

football.london Partey is believed to have injured himself during training on Monday.
A club statement read: “Thomas Partey will not play tonight due to a muscle problem.”

 

Injury: hip

Estimated Return Date: None

Arteta said: “Tomas suffered an injury in training yesterday. Unfortunately, it’s a muscle injury.
“We don’t know to what extent, and that’s a big mistake for us.”

Jurrien Timber 

It’s understands, the Netherlands international has undergone successful surgery and is currently in the “recovery phase” of his rehabilitation.

He appeared in the match against Manchester United earlier this season.
London spoke to Timber after the game, with the 22-year-old still able to get around with the aid of two crutches.
When asked how he felt about his recovery, the quick response was “Good, good.” He will be sorely missed, especially as the club failed to find a suitable replacement in the summer transfer window.

 

Injury: knee

 

Estimated return date: 2024

 

Arteta said: “It was a big shock. Especially for him after he joined the club.
His injury is a huge blow.

We brought him in with real intent and it was clear what he brought to the team, but we can’t do that this season.

We have to adapt.
“Unfortunately, that’s what happens and we have to move on.”

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