Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette was ruled out until October.
The team revealed that the news on their website and confirmed the France international had been playing with the problem for the past couple of weeks but now needs to”break and strengthen his toe to recover complete fitness.”
Lacazette has scored two goals in three matches this season, including the Gunners’ first target since they came to draw 2-2 at home to Tottenham in the north London derby before the worldwide break.
The 28-year-old will miss Sunday’s trip to Watford – live on Sky Sports – as well as their off game with Eintracht Frankfurt at the Europa League on Thursday.
He’s also expected to miss the Premier League matches against Aston Villa and Manchester United, in Addition to the visit of Nottingham Forest from the Carabao Cup into the Emirates.
Arsenal head trainer Unai Emery did involve a few positive harm news before the game with Watford, nevertheless, because he affirmed Kieran Tierney and defenders Hector Bellerin are near a return to activity after injury.

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