Arsenal new signing Fabio Viera has shrugged off his injury picture and claimed that it is just a precaution. He has added that he is okay and will be joining the team for pre-season later on. Yesterday a picture of him with a seemingly injured foot emerged and people thought it was serious.
From the horses mouth however, he is charged and ready to hit the ground. Injury concerns usually are taken seriously by the club's as no one would want to sign an ever injured player. Arsenal already have Ghanaian Thomas Partey, Takehiro Tomiyasu and Kieran Tierney who are always on the injury list, they would not wish to have another.
Fabio Viera plays from central midfield and will be hoping to be the perfect companion to Martin Odegaard with whom they share the same position. Pre-season will start later on in the month ahead of the league's resumption in August.
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