Latest Gabriel Martinelli injury update after hamstring strain

Gabriel Martinelli missed Arsenal’s 4-0 Champions League win over PSV Wednesday night after picking up a hamstring strain in the victory over Everton last weekend.

During the Everton encounter, Martinelli was forced to exit the field in the first half, subsequently prompting a battery of diagnostic tests to gauge the extent of the damage.

The timeline for Martinelli’s return to action hinges predominantly on the severity of his hamstring injury, as reported by Football London. In the event of a grade 1 injury, the recovery trajectory may span approximately two weeks, sidelining him for the North London Derby but offering hope for his return in time for Arsenal’s massive Premier League clash against Man City scheduled for October 8th.

However, the scenario becomes more challenging if Martinelli’s injury is graded as level 2 or 3, as recovery could extend over several weeks or even months. Such an extended absence would undoubtedly be a disappointment for Arsenal, given Martinelli’s irrefutable stature as one of their most influential players.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Losing Martinelli is obviously a big loss, however, we do have quality cover, something that Arteta insisted on which is yet another example of the manager’s foresight.

Leandro Trossard has filled in brilliantly and of course, we have the likes of Emile Smith Rowe, so it is not the end of the world or as damaging as it could have been in previous seasons when we lost key players.

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  1. Rest Martinelli, no need to rush him back. Trossard is on form and more than capable, and we have ESR and Nelson who could use some minutes.

    It’s a big match, but not worth losing Martinelli for an extended period due to impatience or “thinking” he can play.

    If our med staff says he’s OK, I’d give him another week or so. They said Timber was fine to start 2nd half of that game and look how that worked out.

    Honestly Timber should have been subbed at halftime, you could see he lost his edge and sharpness after that initial knock to his knee.

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