Arsenal reportedly look set to be without both Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for their game with Everton on Friday night.
For their next Premier League game it seems the gunners have to play without two important players.
According to the Metro, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang continues to recover after contracting malaria on international duty. Auba will be unavailable for Friday’s match against Everton, but is hoping to resume light training by the end of this week.
Meanwhile Alex Lacazette sustained a strain to his left hamstring and will be unavailable for Friday’s match against Everton. He will continue to work with the medical team and will be assessed ahead of next week’s matches.
Martin Odegaard is also a doubt to face Everton on Friday. The midfielder is back in light training having recovered from an ankle injury that was aggravated on international duty with Norway. But he’ll need to pass a late fitness test in order to be available for Arsenal’s game at home to Everton.
Arsenal signed Odegaard on loan from Real Madrid in January and he’s proven a useful addition to Mikel Arteta’s squad so far.