Injury blow as Arteta Confirmed Arsenal’s ‘fantastic’ player might be out for the season.

In recent news, Football London’s Tom Canton has provided an update on Takehiro Tomiyasu’s injury. The defender sustained an injury during Arsenal’s Europa League match against Sporting and was seen leaving the stadium on crutches.


Sadly, it appears that the injury is severe as Canton has suggested that the Japanese international will be out for the rest of the season.


Although Tomiyasu is not Arsenal’s first-choice full-back, he has provided valuable depth for the team, playing in both the right-back and centre-back positions. However, his absence may not be a significant blow for the team as Ben White is still fit and likely to play in every game until the end of the season. But, if White were to sustain an injury, Arsenal could face problems at the right-back position.


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It is interesting to consider whether Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is regretting his decision to loan out Cedric Soares to Fulham, especially given that he is barely playing at the club. Soares could have provided valuable depth at right-back for Arsenal during Tomiyasu’s absence.


We can only hope that Tomiyasu makes a speedy recovery and comes back stronger than ever. His injury is certainly a setback for Arsenal, but they still have a chance to finish the season strong with the remaining players on the team.


As the end of the season approaches, Arsenal must remain vigilant in their efforts to secure a top-four finish. They currently sit in ninth place in the Premier League table, with 41 points from 29 matches. They are eight points behind fourth-placed Chelsea, who have played one more game.

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Despite this, Arsenal has been on an impressive run of form, with only one loss in their last ten matches. They have also shown strength in the Europa League, where they have advanced to the quarter-finals.


While Tomiyasu’s injury is unfortunate, it is not a game-changer for Arsenal. The team has other players who can step up and fill the void. They must continue to work hard and remain focused in their pursuit of a successful season.


It will be interesting to see how Arteta manages the team in the coming weeks, particularly with Tomiyasu out. He may need to make adjustments to the team’s formation or consider bringing in new players to provide depth.

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Regardless of what happens, Arsenal’s supporters will be hoping that their team can finish the season strong and secure a place in the top four. The team has shown resilience and determination in recent weeks, and they will need to continue to demonstrate these qualities if they hope to achieve their goals.


Tomiyasu’s injury is a blow for Arsenal, but it is not insurmountable. The team has other players who can step up and fill the void left by the defender.


As the end of the season approaches, Arsenal must remain focused and work hard to secure a top-four finish. The team has shown impressive form in recent weeks, and they will need to continue to build on this if they hope to achieve their goals.