Arteta’s concerns over the growing injury list at Arsenal seem to persist. With Bukayo Saka sustaining an injury against Sevilla in their recent fixture. Meanwhile, the injury comes amidst Odegaard’s call-up for the national team. Thus, potentially adding to Arsenal’s fitness woes.
It seems Arsenal has had its share of injury woes, with Eddie Nketiah nursing an ankle knock and Odegaard previously dealing with a hip issue, leading to his absence from recent games. These injuries can certainly challenge the squad’s depth and performance.
Injuries and subsequent missed games have surely been a bit of a roller coaster for Odegaard. It’s crucial for Arsenal to manage their players’ fitness effectively, especially with the team’s key figures.
Arsenal to face severe difficulties in their upcoming league games
Balancing fitness and player recovery is vital for Arsenal. Having Saka available for their next game will be a relief, considering Odegaard might be rested during the international fixtures.
Indeed, the club might prefer Odegaard to focus on his recovery, especially if the injury isn’t fully resolved. International breaks can often challenge a player’s recuperation routine. Arsenal will need to find a way out in this difficult situation.
The absence of a creative force like Odegaard can indeed affect the overall game plan. Havertz and Vieira might offer different qualities, but they’re yet to establish the same rhythm as Odegaard in the team. The challenge will be adapting swiftly to maintain creativity while Odegaard is absent.
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