Martin Odegaard might be set to overlook one other two video games for Arsenal as a result of ankle injury that stored him out of the Europa League quarter-final first leg on Thursday evening, confirmed supervisor Mikel Arteta.
The Norwegian was not concerned because the Gunners had been held to a 1-1 draw by Slavia Prague on the Emirates, leaving them in a difficult scenario forward of the away leg in Czech Republic subsequent Thursday.
The 22-year-old was missed as Arsenal struggled to kill the sport off, lacking good probabilities, and had been finally made to pay as they conceded an injury-time equaliser.
Arteta has now confirmed that Odegaard may even miss the away leg subsequent week, and appears very prone to be out of the Premier League conflict with Sheffield United on Sunday.
‘We don’t know,’ Arteta informed a post-match press convention of Odegaard’s availability.
‘He wasn’t in a position to play immediately and he will probably be out, I feel, for the following recreation or two. But we don’t know but.’
The on-loan Real Madrid playmaker has been spectacular since arriving within the winter switch window, becoming in properly in north London and scoring in each the Premier League and Europa League.
He could not return till the Premier League assembly with Fulham on 18 April.
Arteta can also be set to be with out Kieran Tierney for at the very least the following month, leaving him wanting choices at left-back and prone to proceed fielding Cedric Soares in that place.
David Luiz additionally sat out the primary leg in opposition to Slavia Prague with a knee downside.
The supervisor stays assured that his aspect will make it into the semi-finals, although, saying: ‘I totally believe that we can go there and win the match.’
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