The 23-year-old now faces as much as 9 months on the sidelines after the harm sustained at Old Trafford on Wednesday
Arsenal defender Rob Holding has ruptured the ACL of his left knee and faces as much as 9 months on the sidelines, the Premier League membership confirmed.
The Gunners centre-back, 23, was stretchered off within the 36th minute of their 2-2 draw with Manchester United on Wednesday night and appears to have suffered a season-ending harm.
Holding will now bear surgical procedure to restore the harm and the rehabilitation course of is predicted to take six to 9 months.
A membership assertion learn: “Everyone at the club will now be working as hard as we can to ensure Rob is back on the pitch as soon as possible.”
Laurent Koscielny might fill the void left by Holding.
The former France defender, 33, has made two appearances for Arsenal’s Under-23s after recovering from a critical achilles harm.
Club captain Koscielny affords “experience, quality and personality” for the Gunners, in line with Emery.
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He mentioned: “The 18 might be for Saturday [against Huddersfield] and in addition we’re doing one plan with him, perhaps he can play against Qarabag [in the Europa League].
“He’s working with us every day in training and playing in the Under-23s with a good feeling. The next step, I think, is with us.”
Koscielny’s final aggressive sport for Arsenal got here against Atletico Madrid within the Europa League semi-finals in May.