Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta has provided an update on Bukayo Saka, Oleksandr Zinchenko and Mohamed Elneny as they are recovering fit.
Saka was substitute for Arsenal’s 5-0 Premier League win over Nottingham Forest on Sunday. Because of an illness, while Zinchenko is ill and the longest stay is Elneny. A muscle pain behind the knee that has missed playing since August.
“They are at different stages, Mo has been injure for a long time. But now he’s recovering in a really good direction. And have been training with the ufabet team for a week or two.”“Alex (Olexander) has only recently returned.
He’s been training for two sessions already.”“Bukayo missed a training session or two. And now I’m fine,” Arteta said. Arsenal have their Europa League group stage final at the Emirates Stadium against Swiss side Zurich.
This thursday The goal is to win to finish first in Group A. Who will be waiting in the round of 16, after which the Gunners have a London derby in the Premier League away to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.
Meanwhile, Arteta received a huge boost on the injury front as Bukayo Saka and Oleksandr Zinchenko were both pictured in training ahead of Arsenal’s final Europa league match against FC Zurich.
Saka, 21, was forced off with a leg injury during the 5-0 Nottingham Forest thrashing, while Zinchenko hasn’t featured for almost five weeks.
Elsewhere, the Gunners have been handed a pursuit in their interest of Wilfried Zaha.
Zaha, 29, will wait and see where the Eagles finish this season before making a decision on his future.