According to Sacha Tavolieri, Leandro Trossard of the Arsenal has been forced to leave the Belgian national team owing to an injury.
At halftime of Arsenal’s 1-0 victory over Manchester City, Trossard was replaced, but Gabriel Martinelli, who took his place that day, scored the decisive goal at the Emirates Stadium.
For Mikel Arteta’s team, who are currently behind city rivals Tottenham Hotspur in the race for the Premier League championship just on goal differential, Martinelli’s return to play is unquestionably a huge boost.
Trossard just undergone scans, but he has chosen to miss Belgium’s upcoming matches against Austria and Sweden, so Arsenal might be without him.
In his most recent international play against Estonia, Trossard scored, bringing his total for Domenico Tedesco’s team to six goals in 28 games.
Belgium currently leads Group F in the Euro 2024 qualifying process with 13 points out of a possible 15. The Red Devils will seek to extend their lead in the group by earning all five points from their upcoming two games.
The Gunners are currently dealing with a number of injuries, so Arsenal will be eager to have Trossard back in action as soon as possible.
Although he is anticipated to report for the England national team ahead of their matches against Australia and Italy, star player Bukayo Saka failed to score the game-winning goal versus City last time out.
On October 21, Arsenal plays Chelsea in their first matchback following the international break. Three days later, they travel to Sevilla for their third Champions League group stage match.