Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has confirmed Bukayo Saka has no major injury concern despite as he was subtitles before the final of the game against Oxford United.
Saka named named on the Line-up in the FA Cup Third round but the England international was forced off with 15 minutes remaining with a possible knee injury.
Arsenal are about to start a tough run of fixtures as they play Tottenham in the Premier League on Sunday before facing Manchester United and then Manchester City in the FA Cup fourth round.
Arteta has confirmed that Saka should be available for Arsenal’s north London derby this weekend, despite his injury on Monday.
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Arteta asked about Saka’s injury after the game, on ITV:
Arteta also praised the energetic Fabio Vieira following his two assists in Arsenal’s win over Oxford.
‘He has the quality.’ ‘He is a really creative player and he can decide games in the final third. He made a difference.
‘The contribution of the subs was important as well to change the dynamic of the game.’
Arsenal are still desperate to sign shaktar Donetsk play maker Mudryk as the Gunner are looking to strengthen their midfielder.