Arsenal's injury list: When will William Saliba and Oleksandr Zinchenko return to boost Mikel Arteta?

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Find out the latest Arsenal injury news and expected return dates for Gunners stars who are currently in the treatment room

Arsenal are still in the hunt for the Premier League title, with the Gunners currently sitting one point behind Manchester City with three games remaining.

But Mikel Arteta's has seen his squad hit by some injury and fitness issues in recent weeks as they attempt to keep up the pressure on Pep Guardiola's side.

So what’s the latest when it comes to injuries at Arsenal ahead of Sunday's crucial game against Brighton? GOAL takes a look.

  1. What's the latest with William Saliba?
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    What's the latest with William Saliba?

    Arsenal's centre-back was forced off with a back injury during the first half of the Europa League second leg defeat by Sporting CP.

    The injury has seen Saliba miss Arsenal's last eight games and he is not expected to play any further part in the season due to the ongoing problem.

    Expected return date: A return date for Saliba is not yet known, but Arsenal will hope he is fully fit in time for the start of pre-season.

  2. What about Takehiro Tomiyasu?
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    What about Takehiro Tomiyasu?

    Arsenal's right-back left the Emirates Stadium on crutches following the defeat by Sporting CP in the Europa League.

    The injury came in the opening stages of the game when he slipped while making a challenge and his knee seemed to twist under him.

    Arsenal have since confirmed that the injury will rule Tomiyasu out for the season, with the defender having been forced to undergo surgery.

    Expected return date: Arsenal confirmed in their statement about Tomiyasu that they hoped to have him fit to start pre-season training in the summer.

  3. Is Oleksandr Zinchenko OK?

    Is Oleksandr Zinchenko OK?

    Zinchenko picked up a calf problem during the second half of the 2-0 win at Newcastle.

    The left-back will miss Sunday's game against Brighton and is not expected to play any further part in the campaign.

    Expected return date: Zinchenko is expected to be fit for the start of pre-season.

  4. How about Mohamed Elneny?
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    How about Mohamed Elneny?

    The Egyptian midfielder has not played since the win at Oxford United in the FA Cup third round.

    Arsenal announced that Elneny had to undergo surgery on his right knee and would be sidelined for an 'extended' period of time.

    Elneny is now back out working on the grass, but will not be fit to feature in any of Arsenal's remaining three matches.

    Expected return date: Elneny is not expected to play again this season, but should be ready for the start of pre-season.