Gabriel Martinelli was absent from Arsenal's brilliant 4-0 win against PSV Eindhoven on Wednesday night. The Brazilian winger remains sidelined with a hamstring injury he sustained during the1-0 win against Everton on Sunday.
Speaking ahead of the win against PSV, Mikel Arteta provided a fresh update on Martinelli's fitness. «Yeah, he felt something in his hamstring and we need to do some further tests to see if there’s some big damage or not but he will be out for tomorrow’s game that’s for sure,» the Arsenal boss said.
It's unclear whether the 22-year-old will be available to face Tottenham in the North London Derby on Sunday. With all of that being said, football.london has taken a look at the latest Gunners injury news.
Arsenal star Gabriel Martinelli has suffered a hamstring injury during the win against Everton. The Brazilian winger looks set for a period of time on the sidelines with Champions League football returning to the Emirates Stadium this week — before the North London Derby against Tottenham next weekend.
Martinelli missed training on Tuesday ahead of the Champions League clash against PSV at the Emirates Stadium.
What Mikel Arteta has said: «Yeah, he felt something in his hamstring and we need to do some further tests to see if there’s some big damage or not but he will be out for tomorrow’s game that’s for sure.»
Return date: Unknown
The midfielder suffered a serious knee injury in January, which sidelined him for the remainder of last season. In training pictures released by Arsenal on Wednesday, September 13, Elneny was pictured back with the squad, suggesting a return could be close.
Return date: September/October 2023.
What Mikel Arteta has said: «He’s in a good place. It’s been a while andRead on football.london