‘He is now back from injury’: Sky Sports reporter says 22-year-old is in Arsenal’s squad to face PSV Eindhoven tomorrow – nobody expect this – player not Jurrien Timber - soocer442
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‘He is now back from injury’: Sky Sports reporter says 22-year-old is in Arsenal’s squad to face PSV Eindhoven tomorrow – nobody expect this – player not Jurrien Timber

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“He has returned from injury,” according to a Sky Sports reporter, and Arsenal’s 22-year-

old is in the squad to face PSV Eindhoven tomorrow. Nobody expected this from a player other than Jurrien Timber.This week, Arsenal will host PSV Eindhoven, having already advanced to the round of 16 of the Champions League.Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is likely to make a few adjustments to both the starting lineup and squad in order to face the Dutch side, as his squad is afflicted with a few issues.

 

A few prominent athletes are among the modifications Arteta might implement. Gabriel Martinelli, a forward from Brazil, will undoubtedly lose out, and Bukayo Saka’s fitness is also in question.

 

Vicky Gomersall, a presenter on Sky Sports, stated just now that although Martinelli will not be accompanying the Gunners on their trip, Saka will be a member of the traveling party.

 

“Today, Martinelli and Saka were absent.” Gomersall stated, “Gabriele Martinelli is ill and will not be traveling to Eindhoven today; Saka’s load is being managed, but he will be accompanying the squad.”

 

It remains to be seen whether Mikel Arteta will start Saka against PSV. If he maintains his fitness, Saka has been predicted to lead Arsenal to the championship after a stellar campaign.

 

Saka requires a break prior to facing PSV.

Simply put, Mikel Arteta is not obligated to travel to the Netherlands to play Bukayo Sakaa.It would be illogical to utilize him in the current offense, considering the frequent grievances expressed by players and managers regarding the workload.

 

Saka will likely also be seeking a minimal amount of time off. Gunners supporters will be mildly irritated if Saka is substituted into the starting lineup, given that this Arsenal squad is loaded with capable substitutes.

 

Arsenal has positioned themselves in a financial capacity that permits them to rest such athletes. Therefore, Arteta must make the correct decision and consider the club’s long-term welfare.

 

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