Arsenal gave Aubameyang and Lacazette a health blow earlier than the Everton conflict


Arsenal released an update on their squad’s fitness ahead of Friday night’s Premier League game against Everton.

It was some eventful days for the Gunners, who had to retire from the European Super League only 48 hours after joining, because the dissatisfaction of the fans with the decision increased.

Despite an apology made Tuesday evening, the backlash from supporters there is not expected to end with a protest against the Kroenke family due two hours before the clash with the Toffees outside the Emirates begins.

However, they also face some problems on the pitch after Mikel Arteta was dealt a heavy blow to the fitness of his two oldest strikers, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette.

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Lacazette was sent off in Sunday’s 1-1 draw with Fulham after suffering what the club has now confirmed as a strain on his left Achilles tendon.

The Gunners have now confirmed the injury will rule him out for Friday’s game against Carlo Ancelotti’s side.

It is unclear whether this means that he will also be sidelined for the first leg of the Europa League semi-final first leg against Villarreal next Thursday. The club stated, “He will continue to work with the medical team and be assessed before next week.” Matches.”

The news comes with a blow after Lacazette scored eight goals in his last seven games and showed some of the best form of his career at Arsenal.

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To make matters worse, the Gunners will also have to forego Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang when they clash with Everton.

The 31-year-old is recovering after spending a few days in hospital with malaria, which he admitted to international service with Gabon.

However, the club captain is expected to be back in light training by the end of this week and could be back in time for the all-important Valencia reunion from Unai Emery.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (left) and Alexandre Lacazette couldn’t hide their smiles during training on Saturday. (Image: Stuart MacFarlane / Arsenal FC via Getty Images).

With both center-forwards excluded, Folarin Balogun, who is about to sign a contract extension with the club, could make his Premier League debut, although Eddie Nketiah is the far more likely option to start the game after scoring an equalizer in the 97 Minute against Fulham on Sunday.

Alternatively, Gabriel Martinelli could get a run-out in the ninth role in which Arteta has hinted that he sees his future.

However, there is still some positive news about Martin Odegaard, who has been missing for Arsenal with an ankle injury since the 3-0 loss to Liverpool earlier this month.

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The Norwegian did some light training again this week and will be checked for possible availability before the possible collision with Everton on Friday evening.

However, Kieran Tierney and David Luiz are absent due to their respective knee injuries.

The Scottish left-back is hoping to be back in training within two to three weeks, while Luiz intends to return to training next week.