Latest Arsenal injury report as two stars miss Man Utd amid Gabriel Jesus boost

Latest Arsenal injury report as two stars miss Man Utd amid Gabriel Jesus boost

When Manchester United comes to play at the Emirates Stadium the following weekend, it will be Arsenal’s most important contest of the 2023–2024 season.

After earning a point against Fulham in their opening match at the Emirates Stadium, the Gunners have started the new season with a record of two wins and a draw.

The guys led by Mikel Arteta did not perform at their peak level against their London opponents, but they were unlucky not to maintain their perfect record.

Fulham were able to salvage a point thanks to an equalizer scored by Joao Palhinha in the 87th minute. This came after Arsenal had taken the lead thanks to goals scored by Bukayo Saka and Eddie Nketiah.

After the match, reports on several web platforms asserted that Nketiah had suffered a knee injury while playing in the game.

The striker finished the game in north London after coming off the bench and doing club media obligations after the match, although reports had caused supporters to be concerned.

Despite this, thesoccerstand.com has it on good authority that the Hale Ender is in perfect health following his brief appearance against the Cottagers, proving that the rumors are completely unfounded.

Additionally, Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko both made significant progress.

Both of the former Manchester City players were sidelined at the beginning of the season owing to injuries, but against Fulham they both saw action off the bench.

It is possible that both of them may get the nod from the beginning against Man United.

Takehiro Tomiyasu will be eligible to play again after serving the one-match suspension he received for receiving a red card against Crystal Palace.

After serving the match against Fulham as part of his suspension, the left-back position was taken over by Jakub Kiwior.

The summer signing period The only players out for an extended period of time for Arsenal are Jurrien Timber and Mohamed Elneny.

While Timber was making his debut for the team earlier this month, he tore his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), and Elneny has been sidelined since January.

Latest Arsenal injury report as two stars miss Man Utd amid Gabriel Jesus boost