According to Arsenal's official twitter account,it is bad news for the Arsenal fans as one of their star boys, Smith Rowe has under gone surgery in his groin. Smith Rowe has been having niggles in his groin ever since the first games of the season.
Against Manchester United in which Arsenal lost, the England international condition worsened. After consultations, it was agreed that Smith Rowe will under go surgery to heal his recurring groin issue. This was done in London and a rehabilitation schedule for the Arsenal starlet is on going.
It is hoped that the midfielder will be back in full training in December to help his team achieve their season's objective(according to the Gunners official website). Smith Rowe has featured in the premier league 4 times this season and is yet to have any goal contributions to his name. We wish him a speedy recovery as the Gunners need him.
What is your say about the unfortunate injury to Smith Rowe. Will he come back strong to reclaim a place in the first team?Leave you thoughts below.
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