Arsenal supervisor, Mikel Arteta, has advised Gabriel Martinelli’s harm just isn’t as unhealthy as first feared.
Martinelli has been despatched for scans on Monday and the membership is ready for outcomes.
The Brazilian teen has been a breath of recent air since returning to the aspect after his lengthy lay-off, however he injured his ankle throughout the warm-up earlier than Saturday’s FA Cup third-round victory over Newcastle.
Martinelli broke down in tears and ended up watching the sport on crutches, however Arteta is optimistic that the harm won’t sideline him for a major time frame.
“Effectively we don’t know the way unhealthy it’s, he’s getting a scan this morning.
“It didn’t look good after the sport as a result of he was in a whole lot of ache however yesterday he examined just a little higher.
“So let’s hope that now we have a scan at the moment, and it’s not as severe, and we are able to have Gabi again prepared quickly. However we are going to know extra tomorrow,” Arteta instructed the media on Monday, forward of Wednesday’s Premier League conflict with Crystal Palace.