Gabriel Jesus was not current in Arsenal’s coaching session on Wednesday forward of their Europa League conflict with Bodo/Glimt.
The 25-year-old summer time signing was caught by a flailing arm from Liverpool full-back Kostas Tsimikas within the Gunners’ 3-2 win on the weekend and seemed to be in some discomfort earlier than leaving the pitch a couple of minutes later.
After the sport, supervisor Mikel Arteta admitted he was not too involved by the severity of Jesus’ harm.
“I don’t know, I haven’t been with the physician but, I’m certain they’re checking him, he appeared okay after the sport, I don’t know truly what occurred however we’ll assess how nicely he’s,” he stated on Sunday.
Now, nonetheless, Jesus was not current for coaching on Wednesday, sparking issues over his head harm.
Arsenal are but to clarify the rationale behind Jesus’ absence.
Within the Europa League, Jesus is but to start out a recreation this season and has as a substitute been rested whereas 23-year-old Eddie Nketiah will get the prospect to impress, and the chances are high that Arteta would decide to start out Nketiah in opposition to Bodo/Glimt anyway.
Nonetheless, with Premier League conferences in opposition to Leeds and Jesus’ former employers, Manchester Metropolis, developing within the subsequent seven days, Arteta will undoubtedly be determined to see his prime scorer again at his finest as quickly as potential.