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Arsenal Suffer Major Injury Blow Ahead Of AC Milan Match 

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Arsenal Suffer Major Injury Blow Ahead Of AC Milan Match 

The gunners have travelled to Milan to face their Europa League opponents AC Milan but they won’t be with their first choice right back Hector Bellerin who has a knee injury.

The gunners have currently landed in Milan whwre they will be playing against AC Milan in Thursday but they were dealt with a major injury set back after their right back Hector Bellerin did not travel with the team to Italy.

As reported by the MIRROR SPORT, the right back wasn’t in the squad that travelled to Milan because he is suffering from a knee injury and the medical specialists didn’t clear him fit to play Thursday’s Europa League match against AC Milan at the San Siro stadium.

The 22 year old said to have been desperate to play this important match because it is an honour for any player to play at the legendary San Siro stadium where many football legends have all played at. The Spanish international was rested even in the match against Brighton & Hove Albion because the manager wanted to be cautious with him in order to be fit to play tomorrow’s match.

( Hector Bellerin / Getty)

The gunners will now need to look at the possible replacements who could be fit enough to replace the injured right back and it seems Arsenal doesn’t have any many options aside from Calum Chambers who most supporters don’t believe is good in that position due to the last previous matches which they have all lost.

The gunners will need a win in this match and the fans will be hoping that the absence of their first choice right back doesn’t affect them.

Hello there everybody?! Am Mumbere Osbert the chief editor of Arsenal True Fans, I am a person who likes  digging up statistics of football players in order to do accurate analysis. My interests are football, movies, music. EMAIL: osbert@arsenaltruefans.com

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