England has suffered a blow ahead of the Euro’s next month as Arsenal’s Oxlade Chamberlain has been ruled out of action for six-eight weeks.
The England winger who has been struggling for fitness since Febuary will be disappointed as he has been a vital part of Roy Hodgson’s squad and was a key member during the qualifiers.He was on his way back to fitness and was scheduled to feature for the Gunners’ under-21 side earlier in the week but has now been hit by a second knee problem.He will now miss the European Championships after Arsene Wenger revealed in a press conference he has suffered a fresh knee injury which will keep him sidelined for up to two months.
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“There is no chance,” Wenger said when asked if Oxlade-Chamberlain could make the Euros after confirming he faces six to eight weeks out.”I had a conversation with Alex and with our medical team and they told me he will back in July. He was out for a while and was not overloaded with games.”You want a guy of 22 years of age to go to the European Championships so it is very sad”.