Big Blow To Arsenal After This News Leaks Ahead Of Their Clash Against Leeds
By Annnjeri | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 7 views
Premier league giants Arsenal host Marcelo Bielsa's led Leeds at the Emirates stadium on Sunday with both teams gunning to get three points after their goalless draw at the Elland Road earlier this season.
The gunners will be welcoming back David Luiz and Bernd Leno who have finished their suspension after they were red carded in the gunners away loss to Wolverhampton.
Arsenal have however been rocked with the news that two of their influential stars this season will miss the clash with Leeds because of injuries.
Summer signing Thomas Partey has endured an injury stricken career at Arsenal and was substituted in the loss to Aston Villa while Kieran Tierney's injury struggles continues.
The influence the two superstars have had on the Mikel Arteta led side has been massive that their absence in the side will be a big miss.
Arsenal will however be buoyed by the return to action of Dani Ceballos who could replace Thomas Partey in the starting lineup for the Sunday clash.
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