BREAKING NEWS: Groin injury could sideline Lacazette for 'a while'
Arsenal could be without Alexandre Lacazette for a prolonged period after he sustained a groin injury on Wednesday.
Alexandre Lacazette injured his groin during Arsenal's 5-0 victory over Huddersfield Town on Wednesday and "might be out for a while", according to manager Arsene Wenger.
Former Lyon striker Lacazette opened the scoring at the Emirates inside three minutes but was replaced by Olivier Giroud at half-time.
Wenger revealed after the match the 26-year-old sustained an injury that will rule him out of Saturday's highly anticipated clash with second-placed Manchester United and potentially longer.
"It is an injury. It looked like a groin injury and he is definitely out of the weekend. He might be out for a while," said the Arsenal boss.