DEVASTATING NEWS: coming live from Fabrizio Romano, ” this is not what we want to hear but it is what it is he has been ruled for a month we thought he could make it but the case is different without him I’m not sure we can deliver against Manchester City”. According to reports coming from Emirates Arsenal to be without their key player for Manchester City title showdown as he has been ruled out for a month with a muscle injury. Arsenal Suffers Shock Setback Star Player Sidelined for Significant Match”.


Arsenal is reportedly fretting over Bukayo Saka’s fitness ahead of their imminent Premier League showdown against Manchester City, another formidable title contender. The 22-year-old has dazzled for the Gunners this season, scoring 16 goals and providing 13 assists in 37 appearances across various competitions.

In the Premier League alone, Saka has contributed 13 goals and eight assists, playing a pivotal role in Mikel Arteta’s squad’s current perch at the summit of the table, edging out Manchester City by a solitary point.

Nevertheless, concerns loom over his availability as he pulled out from the England squad during the recent international hiatus due to an injury worry. Initially slated to feature in the friendlies against Brazil and Belgium, Saka was compelled to exit the camp and head back to his club for further evaluation.

“Bukayo Saka has left the England national team’s training camp and returned to his club for ongoing rehabilitation. The Arsenal attacker arrived at St. George’s Park with an injury and has been unable to participate in training,” England stated in a release last week.

As reported by, Saka is contending with a ‘minor muscle issue’, and his withdrawal from the England squad is being viewed as a precautionary step. However, the report intimates there’s ambiguity surrounding his readiness for the impending encounter against Manchester City, as Arsenal will need to gauge his fitness in the ensuing week.

Throughout this season, Saka has missed just one Premier League fixture, which happened to be Arsenal’s 1-0 triumph against Pep Guardiola’s side at the Emirates Stadium back in October.

The Gunners approached the international hiatus on the back of clinching four consecutive victories across all competitions, including a nerve-racking penalty shootout triumph against Porto in the Champions League.

Moreover, Arsenal has emerged victorious in their last eight Premier League outings, showcasing a resilient resurgence following consecutive losses to West Ham United and Fulham towards the close of the previous year. Arteta’s ensemble is slated to square off against Manchester City, Luton Town, and Brighton & Hove Albion in the league before locking horns with Bayern Munich in the inaugural leg of their Champions League quarter-final.

While Aaron Ramsdale and Declan Rice persist as part of the England setup, Ben White has expressed his wish not to be considered for international selection.

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