(Photo) Reactions as Abumeyang Turns Up in Training With a New Hairstyle Ahead of Liverpool Clash
By Writer-Hub | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 245 views
Arsenal Striker Abumeyang turned up at the training ground in a new hairstyle, something that has triggered mixed reactions on social media.
The Gabonese professional footballer is expected to feature in Arsenal's squad that will face the English Premier League Defending Champion Liverpool FC.
Meanwhile, fours arsenal's key players might miss the much-anticipated game at the Emirates stadium slated for Saturday evening.
The two promising teenagers, Bukayo Saka and Emili Smith Rowie, might be ruled of the game following a right hamstring and quad injury respectively.
David Luiz, on the other hand, has already been ruled out of the match against Liverpool after he suffered discomfort in the right knee. Midfielder Shaka is reportedly sick but we are still in doubts if he will turn up for the match.
This means, Arteta has two players at his disposal to replace Shaka. He might resort to Dani Cebalos or Mohammed Elneny
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