Arsenal's defence dilemma as the season gets tough for them
By Serans_KE | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 17 views
Arsenal are currently struggling to get in and maintain the top 10 run before they strategize and get their way in the top four. Arsenal's defence has been shaky after Kieran Tierney got injured, Luiz was shown a red card and Gabriel was unfit to play. Bernd Leno being part of the defence also was red carded and he will be out for a number of games before his return.
But there is some good news as Ryan is fit to play and he is expected to step in place of Leno and fight for that spot alongside Alex Runarson.
Pablo Mari is also fit to play and there is some dilemma there for the selection of the back four. Between Gabriel Magalhães and Pablo Mari. Both have outstanding qualities to make it to the first eleven and both can play alongside Rob Holding.
Bellerin being fit and Niles having gone on loan to Westbromwhich Albion is a clear evidence that Cedric will still play in in the left back. In for Kieran Tierney.
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