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Arsenal Boss Double Worry Over Front-man Injury

Arsetalks brings you latest update on Arsenal news from top media sites like Daily Mail, Metro, The Express, The Independent, The Telegraph, SkySports and so on.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has received a double worry after Alexis Sanchez suffered an injury play after involving in a thigh injury while training with the Chile national team ahead of their World Cup qualifying double-header against Colombia and Uruguay. The 27-year-old has been ruled out of the open match in Barranquilla on Thursday [10 November] but according to reports in his homeland is ready to go through the pain barrier to play the second match in Santiago next week.

Chilean publication La Tercer reported, on Tuesday morning, that Alexis had “set the alarms bells ringing” in his national team after the Arsenal star withdrew from Tuesday’s training session due to a muscle injury. Alexis allegedly started the session with the rest of his teammates but was forced off after suffering a knock in the femoral triceps.

The Arsenal right-back played the full 90 minutes during the 1-1 draw against Tottenham but last week was left out of the Champions League trip to Ludogorets after Wenger revealed the Spaniard “had a little incident in the last minute of training.” And is said to be absent in the English Premier League clash against the Red Devils on Saturday 19th November.

However, the Spanish football federation are yet to make any official update on the Arsenal defender.

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