Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta expects Bukayo Saka to be fit. For the club’s crucial clash. With West Ham on Sunday.
Saka picked up an injury late in the Gunners’ 3-1 win over Manchester United last week. This made it difficult to practice fully in the past few days.
Recently, Arteta updated the 20-year-old’s condition, saying: “Hopefully he will be fine. He got hurt late in the game. But he recovered well. And we expect him to be ready to play ufabet.”
In addition, Arteta has not decided whether to send Japan national team right-back Takehiro Tomiyasu or not. After coming back from injury for three months by coming on as a substitute against the Red Devils
“He was missing his time on the pitch. So a decision will be made tomorrow (Saturday) Arteta say.
And speaking ahead of Sunday’s London derby against West Ham United, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has say. That he expects to have Saka available for selection as he bids to guide the say to a third straight win. And take another big step towards sealing Champions League qualification.
“Yes, hopefully, he will be fine,” Arteta told reporters during his pre-match press conference at London Colney on Friday afternoon. “He had some issues in the final part of the game. But he has recovered well and we expect him to be fine.”