Arsenal’s season will come to an end in this weekend in their match against Wolverhampton at the Emirates Stadium and the gunners have received bad news of this game.
Arsenal have had a successful season in the Premier League, but their hopes of winning the title were dashed in their 37th game week when they lost to Nottingham Forest.
The defeat saw them lose the trophy to Manchester City, who currently have 88 points with a game in hand, while Arsenal has 81 points.
Despite their disappointment, Arsenal will be looking to end the season on a high note when they face Wolverhampton in their final match of the season on Sunday at the Emirates Stadium.
However, the gunners have received bad news ahead of the game after Gabriel Martinelli was spotted still in a protective boot following an injury suffered against Brighton last Sunday.
Martinelli has been a key player for Arsenal this season, making 36 appearances in the Premier League and scoring fifteen goals and five assists. His absence will be a significant blow to the team as they look to secure a win in their final match of the season.
Although Arsenal will have to settle for second place this season, it has been a positive campaign for the gunners. They have been in a fierce title race with Manchester City for most of the season and have led the league table for 10 months.
Arsenal has also had some standout performers this season, including Thomas Partey, who has been linked with a move to Italy this summer. Partey has been a consistent performer for the gunners and his presence in midfield has been crucial to their success.
Despite their success this season, Arsenal will be looking to rebuild their squad this summer and may be willing to let go of some players if the price is right.
It remains to be seen what changes will be made to the team ahead of next season, but fans will be eagerly anticipating news on their club’s future.
In conclusion, Arsenal may have missed out on the Premier League title this season, but they have had a successful campaign nonetheless.
Their final match of the season against Wolverhampton will be an opportunity for the team to end the season on a high note, but they will have to do so without Martinelli. As the transfer window approaches, fans will be eagerly anticipating news on any potential changes to the team ahead of next season.
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