Arsenal has been struggling with injuries to several key players, including Thomas Partey, Emile Smith Rowe, and Mohamed Elneny. The Gunners have had a difficult season so far, and their injury woes have only compounded their problems.
Partey, who joined Arsenal from Atletico Madrid in October 2020, has been a crucial player for the Gunners when he’s been fit. However, he’s had a number of injury setbacks this season, which have limited his playing time. The Ghanaian midfielder has suffered from ankle and thigh injuries, which have kept him out of action for several weeks at a time.
Smith Rowe has been another important player for Arsenal this season, but he’s also struggled with injuries. The attacking midfielder has been dealing with hip and thigh injuries, which have caused him to miss several games.
Elneny has been a consistent presence in Arsenal’s midfield this season, but he too has been sidelined with injury. The Egyptian international has been struggling with a hamstring problem, which has kept him out of action since early March.
In addition to these players, Arsenal has also been without the services of Kieran Tierney, who has been out with a knee injury, and Gabriel Martinelli, who has been recovering from an ankle injury.
These injuries have forced manager Mikel Arteta to make changes to his starting lineup and rely on younger, less experienced players to fill the gaps. While Arsenal has shown some promise in recent games, they still have a lot of work to do if they hope to finish the season on a high note.