The quick turnaround between the Tottenham loss and this Liverpool game could quite easily harm Arsenal, and unfortunately, it ensures that there isn’t all too much of a change when it comes to their injury problems. On Arsenal.com, they’ve released an update as Gunners fans wait to see when some of their favourite players will return.
Left knee. Ruptured anterior cruciate ligament of his left knee during Chelsea (h) on December 29. Rehabilitation post-surgical repair continuing and currently progressing well with running and gym work. Will not be available for the current schedule of remaining 2019/20 matches.
Right knee. Sustained moderate ligament sprain during Brighton & Hove (a) on June 20. Progressing very well in recovery. Aiming to return to full training before the end of the season.
Left ankle. Sustained significant sprain to ankle ligaments during Manchester City (a). Has had a successful procedure to the injury and is now in the early stages of his recovery. Aiming to return to full training in September.
Left knee. Sustained injury during training on June 21. Successful arthroscopic procedure undertaken to repair a lesion in the cartilage of the left knee. Will not be available for the current schedule of remaining 2019/20 matches.
Suspended for three matches following red card against Leicester City (h). Available again for Aston Villa (a) on Tuesday, July 21.
Being assessed ahead of Liverpool (h) following back soreness.”
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