Arsenal will travel to Old Trafford on Wednesday to face off form Manchester United but even though they have been the better team in the last few weeks, the gunners usually struggle when facing the Red devils even if they are at their worst. Arsenal has released the latest team news ahead of the game and it seems the injury list of the North Londoners is getting smaller.
Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil missed the North London Derby because of back spasms as per the statement released by the club on Sunday, the German international not playing matches in the last few weeks is getting weird because Unai Emery said that he doesn’t know whether the player will play against Manchester United. The latest team news from Arsenal say that Mesut Ozil is being assessed ahead of their upcoming match against Manchester United.
Granit Xhaka will miss the Manchester United match because of suspension, he received his fifth domestic yellow card on Sunday when the gunners welcomed Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates Stadium. The gunners will be hoping that his absence doesn’t affect them on Wednesday.
Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny hasn’t made any appearance for the gunners this season but he might however be available on the bench in Wednesday since the club has said that he is being assessed ahead of the Manchester United game.
Nacho Monreal has been on the sidelines for weeks because of a hamstring injury, he has not been seen in the training sessions ahead of most matches. The Spanish left back will also be assessed before their trip to Manchester. Dinos Mavropanos is still out with a groin injury, and will be back in December while Danny Welbeck is still recovering from the surgery.
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