Arsenal have picked up some positive results in their past three premier league outings. With both Norwich, Burnley and Tottenham. All suffered defeats in the hands of Arteta's men.
Meanwhile as the Gunner's won against Spurs. That left many fans happy and expecting. More of such good performances and results on the coming fixtures. But there were some setback to Arsenal.
However to some disappointing reports to Arsenal fans. As Xhaka picked up a knee injury against Spurs. After Moura clattered onto his leg and though the Swiss tried to force his way into more action.
He would later surrender and was substituted for Sambi Lokanga in the dying minutes of the game. And now according to the SunSport, Arsenal are set for tough times ahead in there midfield.
Without Xhaka who I'd believed can be out at least a period of 8 weeks. After the latter was fitted with knee brace. The Swiss International wife posted the pictures to Instagram of Xhaka and his daughter.
Arteta meanwhile has both Elneny, Sambi Lokanga and Partey. Who can take up the defensive and holding midfield duties. Gunner's are up against Inform Brighton next in there Premier league fixture.
As the Seagulls are above Arsenal in the table with 13 points joint with second placed Manchester City. Arsenal have a fair five premier league fixtures. Which should see Arteta's men right back into European football positions.
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