- Rob Holding has been reportedly ruled out for the next four weeks due to injury
- The Englishman picked up a hamstring injury before Arsenal's loss to Man City
- The 25-year-old is set to miss six matches including the fixtures against Leicester City, Man United and Aston Villa
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Rob Holding is set to spend a month on the sidelines due to injury, according to reports, cited on The Sun.
The Arsenal centre back picked up a hamstring injury during the warm-up before the loss to Man City at the Etihad.
The 25-year-old was replaced by veteran defender David Luiz as the former Bolton Wanderers star underwent a scan to determine the extent of the damage.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has allayed fears of not being without the England defender in the next six games, Daily Mail claims.
The Gunners will be making a trip to face Austria Vienna in their first Europa League campaign of the season without Holding.
And the Englishman looks likely to miss their fixtures against Dundalk and Swedish side Molde in subsequent matches in Europea.
Before the next international break, Arsenal will be playing important games domestically against Leicester City, Man United and Aston Villa.
Holding has made seven starts out of eight games in Arteta's squad this season and his absence could open the door for William Saliba who was signed on loan from Saint Etienne in 2019.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Mesut Ozil may not feature for Arsenal in the current Premier League season as the club look set to submit the final 25-man squad for the 2020-21 campaign, Daily Mail.
The German midfielder last played for Mikel Arteta's side back in February and has not kicked the ball ever since.
The 31-year-old and Sokratis did also not make the Gunners' Europa League squad with Arteta explaining that he had to comply with UEFA rules.
Legit.ng also reported that Arsene Wenger has revealed that he did not include Jose Mourinho in his book to avoid it being a negative write up.
The legendary Arsenal manager launched his new book 'My Life in Red and White' revealing a series of stories unknown to the world about his career as a manager.
The 70-year-old made sure that he did not include Mourinho in any of the stories he told in his book to avoid making negative comments about the Portuguese manager.
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