By Jamie Spencer
Arsenal captain Martin Odegaard will return to motion for the Gunners later this month following the November worldwide break.
Odegaard has not began since Arsenal’s Champions League away win towards Sevilla final month. He missed the Premier League defeat to Sheffield United with what was later reported as a hip drawback, however returned in its place within the last of the Carabao Cup defeat to West Ham.
However, the 24-year-old then missed subsequent matches towards Newcastle, Sevilla and Burnley. At least the final two absences are believed to be as a result of an unspecified coaching injury.
There isn’t any long-term concern nonetheless, with supervisor Mikel Arteta anticipating Odegaard to be able to play once more earlier than the top of November, when Arsenal they may face Brentford and Lens.
“I’ll have a gathering with the medical division to grasp everybody’s scenario and I believe he will probably be again after the worldwide break,” the supervisor defined after the weekend’s win towards Burnley. “But I don’t know exactly what the decision will be.”
As issues stand, Odegaard is a part of the Norwegian squad referred to as up for the pleasant towards the Faroe Islands and the Euro 2024 qualifier towards Scotland. It’s unclear whether or not he’ll stick with them, however neither match issues. This newest qualification won’t change the place of Norway, third within the desk, as a result of a superior head-to-head report in comparison with Georgia, fourth, whereas Spain and Scotland are already too far forward and have certified robotically.
The solely means Norway can get there Euro 2024 it happens via the playoffs, for which they have to depend on Serbia’s automated qualification from a unique group to ensure them entry.
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This article was initially revealed on 90min.com as When Arsenal hope Martin Odegaard returns from injury.