Arsenal injury news and return dates ahead of Brentford clash amid Jesus return

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Arsenal injury news and return dates ahead of Brentford clash amid Jesus return

Arsenal faced a 1-0 defeat against Everton in their latest match at Goodison Park.

 The team remained unscathed in terms of injuries, but several key players were taken off during the match. 

Thomas Partey, Martin Odegaard, Gabriel Martinelli and Ben White all left the game for various reasons, but none are believed to have any serious fitness issues.

Despite the defeat, Arsenal is still at the top of the Premier League table. 

They missed the opportunity to increase their lead to eight points, but Manchester City may close the gap to just two points by the end of the week. 

Brentford is next up for the Gunners, and they are considered the favorites, especially with the match being played at the Emirates Stadium.

Here’s an update on Arsenal’s current injury news:

Reiss Nelson 

The extent of Nelson’s hamstring injury is unknown, but he recently posted on his Instagram story, showing himself running on the treadmill. 

He was also seen back in full training on Thursday, which is a boost for the team. Manager Mikel Arteta said that they are still assessing the injury and it could change their plans for the transfer window. 

Expected return date: February 11th against Brentford.

Emile Smith Rowe 

Smith Rowe has been struggling with injuries this season and has had limited time on the field.

 He was left out of the latest match against Manchester City due to a thigh strain, but there is no expected return date yet.

Mohamed Elneny 

 Elneny started in the FA Cup win over Oxford United and played the full 90 minutes. 

He was not included in the squad for the win at Tottenham due to a knee issue picked up in training. 

He recently underwent successful surgery for a significant injury to his right knee and will be out for an extended period of time, but no specific date has been given yet.

Gabriel Jesus 

Jesus suffered a medial ligament injury while playing for Brazil in the World Cup. 

He underwent surgery and is expected to be out for another month or two of action. 

He recently posted on Instagram, showing himself back on the training pitch, and is said to be making progress in his recovery. 

Manager Arteta stated that he is a bit far from returning but is working hard and pushing for a fast return.

Expected return date: February / March 2023.

Arsenal injury news and return dates ahead of Brentford clash amid Jesus return

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