Arsenal round-up: Santi Cazorla could miss rest of the season through knee injury

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Arsenal fans, hello and welcome.

It’s time to shake off the rust from the weekend and get straight back into the groove, so we won’t waste time with pointlessly long introductions.

Watch the video above for the latest headlines or read on below for some added gossip. In any case, enjoy.

Cazorla blow

Arsene Wenger recently told Arsenal fans that Santi Cazorla could be back in action within four months.

Not only is that a relatively damning prospect, but it gets worse, with it now said he could be out for the entire season.

The Daily Mirror speculate that the rupture of his knee ligament is going to take a long time to get over, with the Spaniard having undergone surgery in an attempt to fix the problem.

Losing Cazorla is no Arsenal fan’s idea of a good time - just take a look at some of the tweets on the matter.

Wenger makes Olympiacos statement

In other news, Wenger has promised to go for it when the Gunners take on Olympiacos this Wednesday.

Arsenal know exactly what they need to do to qualify for the Champions League knockout stages - Wenger said it was important that they managed it.

Gunners fans, are you confident? Let us know your thoughts on the task at hand in the comments box below.

Campbell on Sanchez and Cazorla injuries

Lastly, Joel Campbell has insisted that Arsenal have the depth to deal with the injuries suffered by Cazorla and Alexis Sanchez.

Campbell admitted that losing both men was a piece of ‘bad luck’, but described Arsenal as a big club who had the resources to continue fighting for major trophies.

Only time will tell if he’s correct.

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