Injured Arsenal midfielder Mkhitaryan out for up to six weeks

Henrikh Mkhitaryan: Arsenal midfielder out for up to six weeks with broken foot

Arsenal dealt further injury blow after Henrikh Mkhitaryan is ruled out for six weeks with fractured foot

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh had earlier reported Tottenham Hotspurs qualified for the semi finals of this season's Carabao cup.

Henrik Mkhitaryan has added to Arsenal's lengthening injury list after he suffered a metatarsal fracture during last week's north London derby defeat.

Arsenal's Henrikh Mkhitaryan has been ruled out of action for a time period of at least six weeks owing to an injury to his foot, as confirmed by the club.

Arsenal have been rocked with a major casualty ahead of their Boxing Day showdown with Brighton Hove & Albion.

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The Armenian playmaker is expected to miss the Gunners' next eight matches, including the Premier League visits to Liverpool on December 29 and Manchester City on February 3.

The Armenian playmaker not due to resume full training for six weeks and significantly will miss key Premier League games against the leaders Liverpool, Chelsea and the champions Manchester City, three of Arsenal's rivals for the top four.

Hector Bellerin will miss the next two months with a strain in his left calf while Emile Smith Rowe is still out with a hip injury.

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