SportWelbeck hospitalised after 'serious' ankle injury, Emery confirms

01:30  09 november  2018
01:30  09 november  2018 Source:   goal.com

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Welbeck hospitalised after 'serious' ankle injury, Emery confirms © Provided by Goal Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck injures his ankle

Danny Welbeck was taken straight to hospital after suffering an ankle injury during Arsenal's goalless Europa League draw with Sporting CP, head coach Unai Emery has confirmed.

Welbeck returned to the starting line-up for the match at the Emirates Stadium and wasted an early chance to break the deadlock.

His second opportunity saw the England international head straight at Renan Ribeiro, but the striker landed badly on his ankle and left the field on a stretcher.

Emery confirmed the injury was "serious" but the Gunners will wait to learn the full extent of the 27-year-old's issue.

Emery confirms Welbeck has undergone surgery

Emery confirms Welbeck has undergone surgery Arsenal manager Unai Emery has confirmed that Danny Welbeck has undergone surgery after he suffered a broken ankle. As quoted by the Mirror, Gunners boss Emery spoke to the media following his side’s 1-1 draw against Wolverhampton Wanderers and alluded to the extent of Welbeck’s injury. The England international was forced off on a stretcher on Thursday night as Arsenal were held to a 0-0 draw against Sporting CP in the Europa League. This prompted fears that Welbeck had sustained significant damage to his ankle. These concerns have been proven correct in recent times, with Emery confirming that the former Manchester United star has suffered a break. Delivering the news on Welbeck’s current condition and confirming that the player has undergone surgery, Arsenal manager Emery said: “He had an operation on Friday. It’s a big injury but the outcome (on whether he can return this season) the doctor can answer that better than me.” Welbeck sees his contract in North London come to its expiration date at the end of the season, leaving Arsenal with a decision to make over his future at the club. Irrespective of his contractual situation at the Emirates, though, it seems certain that Welbeck will face several months on the sidelines as he begins his rehabilitation.

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"The worst news tonight is these injuries," the Spaniard told a media conference. "We think [they are] serious injuries.

"He has been taken to hospital. We are going to wait [for updates].

"Danny was working well. He is a very good person, his commitment to us is very big.

"This injury is very big for him, for us and for everyone."

Arsenal also saw defender Stephan Lichtsteiner depart with an injury with 16 minutes remaining, and Emery hopes that is not as serious as Welbeck's problem.

"Lichtsteiner is muscular," he added. "We will know [more] about his injury tomorrow."

Welbeck thanks fans after surgery.
Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck has thanked fans for “all the love and support” in the wake of his operations following the horrific injury against Sporting last Thursday. The England international had been called up to Gareth Southgate’s squad to face USA and Croatia on Thursday and Sunday respectively but sustained a broken ankle 30 minutes into his club’s goalless Europa League clash. Recently, the 27-year-old, who last scored in the reverse fixture against Sporting in October, sent out a message to supporters on Twitter, vowing to return the favour in the future. “Back home… Thanks for all the love and support. No doubt I will be back stronger than ever before. Recovery grind starts now,” wrote Welbeck, along with a picture of himself on crutches. This also came in response to Unai Emery’s tweet of support for Welbeck, in which he called his absence “one more big reason to fight” against Wolves. While there is no clear indication of how long Arsenal’s no.23 will be sidelined for, he was involved in a FaceTime call with teammates before the Gunners’ 1-1 home draw against Nuno Santo’s side, according to Football365. Positively, however, the medical staff appear pleased with the forward’s progress, announcing that the ops “went well, without complications”. Prior to the setback, Welbeck featured in 11 of Arsenal’s last 12 matches in all competitions, earning four goals and one assist. Despite Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette notching up 12 Premier League goals combined this season, Welbeck has been vital for Emery’s men in continental and domestic cup matches and could be missed sorely throughout the busy festive period and beyond.

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