Initial Tests Show Debuchy Will Be Out For LESS Than 3 Months

By on September 15, 2014

Both the Mirror and the Sun are reporting this morning that Mathieu Debuchy is set to miss the next three months after suffering ligament damage during Arsenal’s 2-2 draw with Manchester City on Saturday.

However, the newspapers make this claim despite the fact Debuchy is due to have his final tests this afternoon, so there is no way to know for certain how long he’ll be out for until the results are back in this evening.

As reported on Sunday, reports in France suggest that the right-back will most likely be out for around 2 months, and this is the sentiment taken by the Telegraph too.

The newspaper acknowledges that Debuchy will undergo further tests today but claims that initial scans indicate he’ll be out for 2 months, not three as suggested by the Mirror/Sun.

Obviously losing the 29-year-old for two months will still be a HUGE blow, but it’s a lot better than three, that’s for sure.

We’ll have to see what the scans show today and Arsene Wenger should have an update at his pre-match press conference at 5pm ahead of the Borussia Dortmund game. Fingers crossed for some good news.



  1. shina Adefila

    September 15, 2014 at 10:15 am

    we told this crazy man Wenger to get better back up before the end of transfer window but he did not do that now we have lot of injure and no good sriker. we can also see what Costa is doint for Chelsea! Gunners Too bad situation?

  2. Paulb

    September 15, 2014 at 10:34 am

    Two months or three months is still a long time and the fact Wenger knew we were short in defence, but did nothing to bring anyone in, once he failed to do his job, we are one more injury away from disaster with no experienced cover, this is why we will not compete for the PL, against City it was defensive errors that cost us

  3. Shubham

    September 15, 2014 at 11:49 am

    We’ll cope. Don’t panic. A vital period is upon us. Back the team. COYG!

  4. 艾可力清洁膏

    February 18, 2016 at 8:05 am


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