Eddie Nketiah, an English-born Ghanaian forward, suffered an injury in Wednesday night’s victory over Everton at the Emirates, according to Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta.
Nketiah replaced Leandro Trossard in the 72nd minute but was spotted in pain later in the game.
The 23-year-old manager to finish the match but will be assessed before the game against Bournemouth on Saturday, March 4.
“Hopefully he (Nketiah) is fine, he ended the game well but he has been carrying a little thing,” said Arteta.
Nketiah seems to have lost his starting role following Gabriel Martinelli’s return to form. The Brazilian netted a brace as Arsenal beat Everton 4-0.
Bukayo Saka and Martin Odergaard were the other scorers on the night while fellow Ghanaian Thomas Partey came on in the second half.
“Great win tonight, happy to contribute!,” wrote Eddie Nketiah, who provided an assist for Martinelli’s second goal and Arsenal’s final strike.
Eddie Nketiah remains eligible to play for Ghana despite representing England at youth level.