When can Arsenal expect to have Trossard back?

Leandro Trossard missed Arsenal’s 2-2 draw against Sporting Lisbon yesterday with a muscle problem he had suffered in a previous match.

The attacker has been a good addition to the Arsenal squad since he joined them in the last transfer window from Brighton.

Trossard keeps impressing every time he steps on the pitch and has even been favoured ahead of Eddie Nketiah in some games this year.

However, he is now injured, but the problem does not seem to be a major one and he is expected to return to fitness this month.

As one of the players that could help the Belgian national team in the next international window, Het Belang van Limburg via Voetbal Nieuws reports that he is expected to feature when Belgium faces Sweden at the end of this month.

This means he will become available to play for Arsenal after the break.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Trossard has made himself one of the key players for us this season and remains one man we can trust to do well when he is on the pitch.

The Belgian’s return from injury would be a welcome boost to us and we will probably have Gabriel Jesus back to fitness too at the time, handing us a significant increase in options.

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  1. If we could plod through our next three matches with good results, and come back from the international break with our full complement of players (bar Elneny perhaps), then we should look forward to the crucial run-in period with great optimism.

    1. An odd phrase, “to PLOD through our next three matches with good results”
      IF we plod, we wil lnot win . We need speed and vibrancy, NOT “plodding”.

  2. ” He is expected to return this month”. Far too vague a prediction. We NEED HIM NOW, NOT POSSIBLY IN THREE WEEKS TIME .

    Does anyone know definitively, WHEN he will be match fit?

  3. I’m sure you know what I mean. With all the injuries, we couldn’t do much more than plod?

  4. I just hope him and Jesus gets back on time to full fitness, I don’t trust Martinelli upfront, always heads down with the ball making wrong decisions

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