Good News Striker Confirmed Fit After Serious Injury Ahead Of Man Utd Clash

According to reports making the round, Arsenal have been handed a massive boost ahead of as Chile striker Alexis Sanchez has been confirmed fit ahead of our crucial game against Manchester United.

Chile manager Juan Antonio Pizzi confirmed that Alexis Sanchez’s injury was a minor one. The forward suffered a muscular injury while training with his national team and it was initially feared that he would be out for at least three weeks.

Manager Juan Antonio Pizzi confirmed this during his press conference ahead of their World Cup qualifier against Colombia. The Chile boss confirmed the Arsenal striker will only miss out game but will be available when they face Uruguay.

“We expected to count on Alexis Sanchez, but he suffered a small injury yesterday and cannot be considered for tomorrow,” the Chile manager said, as quoted by the Express.

“Alexis Sanchez’s injury is minor. Let’s hope he can be fit to play against Uruguay,” he added.

“It is hurting a bit but I’m fine. I’ll be back for Tuesday,” Sanchez told Chilean publication El Mercurio.

According to reports making the round, Arsenal have been handed a massive boost ahead of as Chile striker Alexis Sanchez has been confirmed fit ahead of our crucial game against Manchester United.

Chile manager Juan Antonio Pizzi confirmed that Alexis Sanchez’s injury was a minor one. The forwardsuffered a muscular injury while training with his national team and it was initially feared that he would be out for at least three weeks.

Manager Juan Antonio Pizzi confirmed this during his press conference ahead of their World Cup qualifier against Colombia. The Chile boss confirmed the Arsenal striker will only miss out game but will be available when they face Uruguay.

“We expected to count on Alexis Sanchez, but he suffered a small injury yesterday and cannot be considered for tomorrow,” the Chile manager said, asquoted by the Express.

“Alexis Sanchez’s injury is minor. Let’s hope he can be fit to play against Uruguay,” he added.

“It is hurting a bit but I’m fine. I’ll be back for Tuesday,” Sanchez told Chilean publication El Mercurio.

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