The North London Derby will take place on Sunday and Arsenal have released their latest team news with updates about their players on the sideline including Mesut Ozil and Bernd Leno.
Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno sustained a knee injury in Brighton and their were many fears that he would be out for a full year but it hasn’t been the case and the club has now released new information about his progress as it confirms that he is progressing well in his recovery and that he will be hoping to return before the end of the season. Arsenal fans will hope that he becomes available before the season ends as he has been one of their best players.
Mesut Ozil hasn’t featured for Arsenal since the Premier League restart and it looks like he has in the last few weeks developed a back problem as the club has once again said that he is a doubt for the game against Tottenham Hotspur as he will be assessed before the game due to having back soreness. Some gooners believe that Ozi having a back injury is false and that the club is just trying topush him out at the moment.
Gabriel Martinelli got a knee injury in training a few weeks back and it has since then been confirmed that the youngster will be out for the rest of the season and so be will of course not feature in the North London Derby. Calum Chambsrs got injured last year in Arsenal’s home game against Chelsea and he will also miss Sunday’s game since he has been ruled out for the rest of the season.
Pablo Mari got an ankle problem in the game against Manchester City a month ago and the club has confirmed that he is now aiming to return to full training in September. Eddie Nketiah got a red card in the game against Leicester and so will also miss the North London Derby.
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