Latest Updates on Bukayo Saka’s Recovery

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Arsenal's star Bukayo Saka still facing issues with his injury (Credits: The Telegraph)

The star player of Arsenal, Bukayo Saka, is undoubtedly one of the most important figures in the Arsenal team. Saka is currently the record holder for the club.

In his previous matches, Saka has showcased his great potential by ending a draw match with Fulham in his 83 minutes. He also took the same spirit further in winning over Manchester United with a score of 3-1.

Saka has emerged as a reliable source for his team as he has held his spirits high throughout the last couple of seasons. However, the experts have raised questions about his health as they believe the player may be overworking himself.  

The observers believe that Saka started off much slower than his other teammates like Gabriel Martinelli and Declan Rice, despite having finished the season against Nottingham Forest with great glory.

With the club’s approaching participation in the Champions League this season, there are barely any chances of changes in the team line-up. This raises the question: Can the club really afford to put Saka out of the match?

According to the reports, Saka continues to face the Achilles issue, which remains on the minds of the club as the player is under observation. Mikel Arteta, when asked about this issue before the game with Everton, claimed that there is nothing to worry about. 

Arteta stated that the player is fine and is training normally. He continued on to say that every player has pains or issues, but there is nothing to worry about.

Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka (Credits: Arsenal)

So, is the player ready to make a comeback?

With the current situation in mind, any Premier League game is out of the question, as Saka’s condition may end up causing trouble for the Gunners in the worst-case scenario.

Having a strong entrance in the Champions League group stage is to be the top priority for the team. However, Saka may be missing out on the next home clash with PSV.

September 27, 2023, could be the day for Saka to be on the bench, ready to join in case the need comes.

Arsenal will start off their League Cup campaign, proceeding to overtake the rivals Spurs, who were kicked out in the same round as the Gunners. This would unlock a great opportunity for Reiss Nelson to move to the ring wing slot as Saka stays on standby. 

The next possible chance for the player to make a comeback could be at the end of November, on the 29th, during Arsenal’s penultimate Champions League. The best way to cope with the situation would be to have an early substitute to limit the winger’s minutes. With the available squad, this is a highly certain possibility.

With Emile Smith Rowe, Fabio Vieira, Leandro Trossard, Gabriel Jesus, and Reiss Nelson, the team is packed with attacking options. There are high chances of some loopholes in the game to give Saka the rest he needs.

The audience and spectators are thoroughly waiting for the return of Arsenal’s star Bukayo Saka. 

Also Read: Arsenal Enters Competition for Young Midfield Sensation Following Chelsea’s Unsuccessful £20 Million Offer.


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