Arsene Wenger has been struggling to keep some of his key players fit as they have been suffering from injuries.
Spain international and Arsenal speedstar Hector Bellerin has been ruled out of action for the next one month after he was tackled late in Arsenal derby game with Tottenham.
Bellerin withdrew from international duty with the Spanish Under-21s last week and had been expected to miss this weekend’s game against Mancheseter United, but the severity of the injury represents a major setback.
‘Hector is out for about four weeks,’ the Frenchman said.
‘He was injured in the last 10 seconds against Spurs. A very strong tackle from Danny Rose.’
From the penultimate season, Hector Bellerin has established himself as a indisputable first choice at the right back position but this injury means Arsene Wenger will resort to playing Carl Jenkinson or Rob Holding in the right back position.
Summer signing Rob Holding, 20, is capable of filling in, while Carl Jenkinson, back at the club after two years on loan at West Ham, started the recent EFL Cup and Champions League matches agaisnt Reading and Ludogorets.
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