Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta came out to confirm that One of his players missing through injury is set to return for tomorrow’s crucial game against Liverpool.
Mikel Arteta has confirmed that one injured Arsenal star has the chance to return for the game against Liverpool on Sunday April 9, 2023, in addition to Mohamed Elnini and Takehiro. With Tomiyasu out injured and out of action this season. The Gunners have had some good news for players as they face a crucial test in their title challenge.
The Gunners haven’t won at Anfield since 2012, when Arteta was still a key cog in Arsene Wenger’s midfield. And their hopes of breaking that record may well be. Depending on the fitness of William Saliba. The France international has missed the last two UFABET games since injuring his back in the Europa League defeat at Sporting. Lisbon last month
Saliba has been unable to train with a back injury. Giving Rob Holding the chance to step up, but Arteta is hopeful the 22-year-old will feature at some key moments in the squad. Looking for the championship, Eddie Nketiah is approaching a return to full fitness after an ankle injury. But Arteta declined to confirm the identity of a player who could potentially feature at Anfield.
“We have hope for one of them. Maybe he can practice tomorrow,” he said at yesterday’s pre-match press conference (Friday, April 7, 2023), when asked to confirm who he was referring to. Arteta added: “We’ll have to see. I won’t tell you! [Who is it?]” Meanwhile, Bukayo Saka was fit enough to start off the bench against Leeds United last week. But Arteta insists the winger has recovered from his illness. and have the opportunity to be real
Arteta also revealed he would avoid getting involved. Jurgen Klopp following an altercation with the Liverpool boss at Anfield last season. Teta and Klopp were separated in 2021 following a clash between Sadio Mane and Takehiro Tomiyasu. And soon Klopp’s team scored a goal to make it 4-0. Arteta said of the incident:
“I have responded to protect our players in the best way possible. But I don’t like to see myself like this. Hopefully not [again],” he said. “It happens in football. And after that we hugged and moved on. The last time we were together nothing happened. “I have full respect and admiration for what they do. We have moved forward together.”