Arsenal are looking forward to making important step into then challenging for top trophies this season. That's going to be a big test for the red's of London as they welcome Tottenham Hotspur in this weekend.
Conte's men take a trip to Emirates Stadium for a north London derby in Premier League fixture tomorrow. Meanwhile there has been news from Sunsport report recently that Smith Rowe had to undergo a surgery to 'correct a tendon' problem.
Now in Arteta's pre-match press conference he said on why the Gunners had to allow Smith to undergo the process, "We put all the alternatives on the table and the thing is we have tried some others during the last few months.
And they haven't really worked to the point where the player wasn't comfortable and consistently at his best to perform. We decided to take that route and that it was the beta decision. "As per Arteta from The Mirror. Mikel faces long period without the England ace who may miss Qatar World Cup tournament. But the Gunners have a squad depth to choose from ahead of the next fixtures.
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