Published: Sun, August 19, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Maitland-Niles facing two months out with broken leg

Maitland-Niles facing two months out with broken leg

The versatile midfielder, who was playing at left-back on Sunday, hurt his leg in a challenge with Kyle Walker and despite trying to play on, was eventually substituted for Stephan Lichtsteiner after 35 minutes.

It's a blow to Ainsley Maitland-Niles at this time.

Maitland-Niles was forced off injured in the first half of Arsenal's 2-0 defeat, however, with what was later confirmed to be a fractured leg.

Right-back Carl Jenkinson will also be out for up to two months with an ankle sprain, seemingly ruling out the possibility of him being sold before the European transfer window closes.

The Gunners made this known on Thursday in their official website.

Nacho Monreal also returned to training earlier this week and could be an option for Unai Emery at left-back against the Blues, depending on his fitness.

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That will likely mean the 26-year-old will not be leaving on loan to a Championship club this summer.

With Kolasinac confirmed to miss out on the short trip to Stamford Bridge on Saturday, Montreal could be rushed back to start.

Kolasinac should return to training from his knee problem in October, while club captain Laurent Koscielny continues his recovery from Achilles surgery.

France global Laurent Koscielny, who missed his nation's World Cup-winning campaign with an Achilles tendon tear, is on the mend and is expected to return to training in November.

The injury will rule the talented youngster out of contention until October with Arsenal continuing to adapt to life under new manager Unai Emery.

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