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Three Arsenal players are doubts for their match against Manchester City

Arsenal will play against Manchester City in the next hours and a report has revealed the gunners have three players that are doubts for this game.



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Arsenal is set to face Manchester City in the highly anticipated 2023 Community Shield match today. The Gunners earned their spot in the match by finishing second on the Premier League table last season, while Pep Guardiola’s men clinched both the league title and FA Cup. However, Arsenal’s preparations for this clash have been marred by injury concerns and uncertain reports surrounding three key players.

According to a report by Evening Standard, there are doubts over the availability of Sambi Lokonga, Reiss Nelson, and Balogun for this crucial encounter. All three players have been dealing with injuries during pre-season, which has raised concerns about their fitness levels ahead of the game.

Reiss Nelson is a player who could potentially miss out on this clash due to injury. The talented winger has struggled with fitness issues in recent seasons and has found it difficult to secure regular playing time. This match could have provided him with an opportunity to prove his worth, but his availability remains uncertain.

Lastly, Balogun’s future at Arsenal has also come under scrutiny in recent weeks. The young striker has been linked with a potential move away from the club as he aims to go to a club that would make him a main starter.

As Arsenal prepares for their showdown against Manchester City today, these injury concerns and uncertain reports over the future of Lokonga, Nelson, and Balogun add an extra layer of complexity to an already challenging fixture. Mikel Arteta will have to carefully assess the fitness levels of these players and make crucial decisions regarding their involvement in the match.

Hello there, Am Mumbere Ausbel from Uganda and I am a writer at Arsenal True Fans and I love watching football matches so much because it's my favourite sport. I am an optimistic person who usually likes to look at the good side of everything.

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