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Team news: Auba, David Luiz, Odegaard, Tierney

We've checked-in with our medical team ahead of Sunday's Premier League match against Fulham.

Here's the latest update:

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Auba continues to recover after contracting malaria on international duty. Auba will be unavailable for Sunday’s match and will continue to be supported and assessed by the medical team in the coming days.

David Luiz

Right knee. David is recovering well after the successful small procedure on his right knee and is rehabilitating with the medical team.

David has started to run, is progressing well and continues to aim to be available in the next few weeks. 

Martin Odegaard

Right ankle. Martin will be unavailable for Sunday’s match against Fulham, but is hoping to be back in light training next week.

Kieran Tierney

Left knee. Kieran sustained ligament damage to his left knee during the match against Liverpool on 3 April.

Kieran is currently rehabilitating with the medical team and is hoping to be back in full training within three to four weeks. 

There were no further health or injury issues from Thursday’s match against Slavia Prague. All other players in the men’s first team squad are currently available for selection.

As part of Premier League protocol, all members of our first team squad and support staff continue to be regularly tested for COVID-19.

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