Arsenal faces storm problem in the Europa League
Actually, Arsenal wanted to compete in the Europa League in a top line-up. With Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang out of the game, the second goalscorer is now out.
FC Arsenal are facing a major striker problem in the UEFA Europa League. Alexandre Lacazette has been reported by Londoners to be out of action for up to six weeks after an arthroscopy of the left knee.
The Frenchman should have represented newcomer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who is no longer eligible to play internationally following his move from BVB to the Gunners this season.
This means that coach Arsene Wenger will only be available to meet the Swedish representative Östersund’s FK on Thursday (from 7 p. m. in the LIVETICKER) as a trained midfielder, Danny Wellbeck. However, the 27-year-old is not exactly known for his goalscoring hazard.
SPORT1 transmits the away game of RB Leipzig on 15. On 22 February at the SSC Naples and the second leg of the BVB at Atalanta Bergamo, Italy, the second half of the season took place on 22 February. February 2018 in the round of the last 32 of the Europa League from 21.05h LIVE on TV on SPORT1 (The countdown to the best UEFA Europa League of all time starts at 19h00)
Arsenal is currently only sixth in the league, with seven points behind fourth place, which would qualify them for the Champions League.
Wenger had recently announced his intention to play in the Europa League with his best team following his away defeat at the Tottenham Hotspur. After all, the winner is automatically qualified for next season’s royal class.
On top of that, the Gunners have no play between the two encounters with the Swedish representative after the FA Cup.
After the failures of his two top strikers, it’s up to the coach to strengthen Wellbeck’s back or create another alternative from the hat.
But under no circumstances should Östersund be taken lightly. After all, the Swedes left Hertha BSC behind them in the group stage and lost 1-0 to Athletic Bilbao in the away game.