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Arsenal injury news: Partey, Saka and Jesus latest return dates

Arsenal injury news: Partey, Saka and Jesus latest return dates

The past week of Premier League matches has been full of drama, but Arsenal’s young team has managed to hold onto their position at the top of the league.

 This achievement is especially impressive given that they have been missing key players such as Thomas Partey and Gabriel Jesus, who were previously considered essential to their success.

The fact that Arsenal has been able to maintain their lead without these players is a testament to the quality and confidence of the team. 

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However, the club will undoubtedly be eager to have Partey and Jesus back as soon as possible. 

Recent events have shown that the Premier League can be unpredictable, and the return of these important players will be crucial in helping Arsenal achieve the consistency that has brought them so far this season.

On a positive note, Emile Smith Rowe and Reiss Nelson were included in the squad for Arsenal’s victory over Aston Villa. Here is the latest update on the club’s injuries:

Bukayo Saka

Bukayo Saka, the England international, received a few kicks during Arsenal’s dramatic win over Aston Villa on Saturday, and he was seen limping as a result. However, Mikel Arteta, Arsenal’s manager, has confirmed that Saka, who is arguably one of the team’s standout players, is not injured.

Return date: Saturday 25 February vs Leicester

Thomas Partey

Although Jorginho’s arrival has undoubtedly strengthened Arsenal’s midfield, the significance of Thomas Partey cannot be underestimated. He was absent from the matches against Manchester City and Aston Villa due to injury, and there have been no recent training photos showing his participation.

Return date: N/A

Gabriel Jesus

When asked if Gabriel Jesus would soon be fit enough to feature, Mikel Arteta confirmed that the striker was “not there” yet, indicating that he is still recovering from his injury. Last month, the Brazilian suggested that he hoped to return within four or five weeks, which would suggest a potential return in early March.

Return date: March 2023

Mohamed Elneny

Mohamed Elneny underwent knee surgery earlier this month and, as a result, is expected to be out for the remainder of the season.

Return date: Summer 2023

Arsenal injury news: Partey, Saka and Jesus latest return dates

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