The gunners will face Fulham tomorrow at the Craven Cottage stadium and Arsenal has released a statement on the players that missed their Europa League encounter against Qarabag. The statement was released on its official website.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang missed their Europa League match after he told Unai Emery that he wouldn’t be able to travel with his teammates to Azerbaijan because he is sick. The club has however confirmed that the Gabon international will be available for selection when they make a visit to Fulham.
Ainsley Maitland-Niles has been on the sidelines for many months now after he sustained an injury in Arsenal’s opening match against Manchester City in August. The club has said that the youngster will return to full training in the second week of forthcoming international period.
Petr Cech got injured in Arsenal’s match against Watford and he has been ruled out for about one month. So for now, he won’t start training until November.
Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny has never played any match for the gunners this season because of an Achilles injury which he got at the end of last season. The club has confirmed that the French international hopes to return to full training in November.
Dinos Mavropanos has a groin injury and the club says that the young centre back will return to full training by the end of October.
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