Arsenal Trio Set To Miss Huddersfield Clash But Key Man Could Return

Arsenal Trio Set To Miss Huddersfield Clash But Key Man Could Return

The England global made headlines recently after scoring the crucial equaliser in his side's 2-2 draw with rivals Arsenal at Old Trafford - his first goal of the season.

The 37-year-old Swedish professional football star spent two terms at Old Trafford under Jose Mourinho and left the Premier League side in March this year for a move to LA Galaxy.

"It is very hard to win there because they are a very big team with big players and have a big atmosphere pushing them, but it is an exciting match and my motivation is very big".

"We sleep thinking about [getting into the top four] and we wake up thinking about that and, for sure, we will get there".

After the game, while speaking to reporters, Arsenal boss Unai Emery was asked whether he felt "frustrated" at the result and the manner of the draw but the Spaniard responded brilliantly.

"I think it is our main goal for now to get into the top four and we are going to fight for that and I think are will get there".

Manchester City have drawn just two of their 15 games, winning the other 13; Liverpool have 12 wins and three draws.

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Former France defender Laurent Koscielny could come into the matchday squad, after twice playing for Arsenal Under-23s, either on Saturday or next week against Qarabag in the Europa League.

"Sead Kolasinac came off with his head down but I said to him he had a very good match in attack and you have to be positive and learn from this match".

"A lot of games are coming and you have to be ready". "For me, it is very good".

The 30-year-old former German global was then not in included the squad for last weekend's North London Derby win over Spurs with an alleged back spasm.

"He had backache and now he is working with the physio and we are looking at when he can play with us", Metro UK quoted Emery as saying on Thursday.

"We'll go back into training and prepare for Saturday now". The derby especially was big for us personally, we knew they were three points in front and wanted to erase that, and we did it.

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