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Injury Updates: Thomas Partey and Gabriel Martinelli return dates plus more

Arsenal currently have a total of 7 injured players. Here is the list and their possible return dates.

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View of the Emirates stadium tunnel. (Photo by Stuart MacFarlane/Arsenal FC via Getty Images)

The international break has come to an end and now the focus is on club football as the Premier League returns this weekend.

Below is a list of Arsenal’s injured players and their possible return dates ahead of Sundays match against Leeds United.

Pablo Mari

Mari remains sidelined with an ankle injury. He is expected to return to full training next week which rules him out of the next few games.

Possible return date: December 3

Thomas Partey

Partey was subbed off against Aston Villa with a thigh problem and was forced to pull out of Ghana’s squad for their AFCON qualifying matches. He remained at Arsenal’s training grounds and is expected to in contention to face Leeds.

*New update reveals he will miss the Leeds United match.

Thomas Partey could return this weekend. (Photo by David Price/Arsenal FC via Getty Images)

Possible return date: November 22

Reiss Nelson

Nelson picked up a knee injury before the international break but returned to full training and is currently being assessed ahead of a possible return this  weekend.

Possible return date: November 22

Gabriel Martinelli

The Brazilian youngster picked up knee injury during a training session in June that ruled him out of action until the end of the year.

He is currently continuing his steady recovery with light training and is expected to return to full training in the coming weeks, however an exact return date is unknown.

Martinelli is battling to feature again this year. (Photo by David Price/Arsenal FC via Getty Images)

Possible return date: Late December

Calum Chambers

Chambers has been in full training after recovering from a serious knee injury that has kept him sidelined since December 2019. He is in need of some game time as he lacks match fitness after the long injury spell.

Possible return date: November 26

Mohamed Elneny

Elneny tested positive for Coronavirus while on international duty with Egypt and is self-isolating in Cairo. The midfielder will undergo another test to determine whether he can return to London ahead of Thursday’s Europa League match.

Possible return date: November 26

Sead Kolasinac

Also tested positive for Coronavirus while on international duty with the Bosnian team. He will have to return a negative test before he can travel back to Arsenal.

Possible return date: November 29

 

 

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