Arsenal news LIVE: Gunners 'missed out' on Erling Haaland, Man City match latest, PSV Europa clash could be FORFEITED | The Sun
ARSENAL are sitting on their hands after having their games against PSV Eindhoven and Manchester City postponed.
But the Gunners will still play Brentford on Sunday before an international break.
Mikel Arteta's side have had the perfect start to the Premier League season before their defeat to Manchester United.
And there is regret that the Gunners missed out on prodigious striker Erling Haaland who was available before exploding on to the scene – he is now scoring for fun for new club Manchester City.
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- Anthony Chapman
Silvestre worried over Arsenal options
Former Arsenal defender Mikael Silvestre believes a lack of squad depth will come back to haunt Mikel Arteta later this season.
He told Bettingexpert: "It (Arsenal's squad depth) might be okay up until the World Cup. The World Cup is a good break but after that, you have a series of games for Christmas and New Year.
"From the beginning, I’ve noticed that Arsenal might be a bit short in some positions, especially in midfield and the attack."
"So, it’s gonna be a big test for the entire squad, rotation. It could become a concern in March and April when the bodies are getting tired."
- Anthony Chapman
No action for Gunners tonight
Arsenal should have been in Europa League action tonight against PSV Eindhoven.
But the game was postponed following the Queen’s death due to a lack of police resources.
The Gunners were confident they would not have to forfeit the match despite a jam-packed schedule.
And Arsenal will now face PSV on October 20 – forcing them to freeze their league match against Man City instead.
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