'He's got an injury': Mikel Arteta shares bad news for Arsenal fans after late win over Luton last night. - soocer442
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‘He’s got an injury’: Mikel Arteta shares bad news for Arsenal fans after late win over Luton last night.



“He’s injured,” Mikel Arteta informs Arsenal supporters following last night’s late victory over Luton.After last night’s victory over Luton Town, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta confirmed that Takehiro Tomiyasu will be sidelined for an extended period of time due to injury.

Last night, the Gunners achieved a momentous triumph at Kenilworth Road. Declan Rice’s goal was scored with what was essentially the final touch of the match, and Arsenal’s celebrations following the final whistle were magnificent to witness. After Arteta broke the terrible news regarding Tomiyasu, however, the elation subsided slightly.Mikel Arteta reports that Takehiro Tomiyasu of Arsenal has been injured.

In recent weeks, Takehiro Tomiyasu has been one of Arsenal’s finest players.


Ben White’s misfortune presented an opportunity for the Japan international. Despite having fully recovered, the England defender was relegated to a benching position due to his exceptional performance during that period.Unfortunately for Tomiyasu, he was sidelined with his calf during last weekend’s victory over Wolves. Everyone had anticipated that his withdrawal was merely a precaution, but now there is bad news.


Yesterday, Mikel Arteta verified that scans performed on Tomiyasu’s calf indicated that he has sustained damage. He will be temporarily sidelined as a consequence.


According to Arsenal.com, the Spaniard stated following last night’s match: “A scan revealed adverse results. “At least for the time being, he will be sidelined due to a calf injury.”Arsenal will greatly mourn Tomiyasu.

In recent weeks, Takehiro Tomiyasu was performing at his highest level while wearing the uniform of Arsenal.


The Japan international has excelled in both full-back positions for the Gunners, and he also provides protection in the center of the defense.


Arsenal will miss Tomiyasu greatly, particularly if he is unable to return in time for the match against Liverpool a few days prior to the holiday season.


Although he possesses the most formidable capabilities among the club’s players to challenge Mohamed Salah, Arteta will have to rely on Alex Zinchenko to do so in his absence.