North London giants Arsenal have provided the injury update ahead of the upcoming Premier League clash with Watford.
Arsenal travel to face Watford at the Vicarage Road on Sunday evening.
According to the injury news, all the Arsenal players that went on international break will be assessed by the club’s medical team after they featured for their respective countries.
English centre back Rob Holding has been injured since December 2018 but he’s back in full training and also pushing for a recall to the first team.
Rob Holding suffered a serious knee injury in a collision with Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford.
The former Bolton Wanderers player was stretchered off the Premier League game between Manchester United and Arsenal at Old Trafford.
Both teams shared a four-goal thriller in that game.
Apart from Rob Holding, Arsenal also gave injury update on fellow defenders Hector Bellerin and Kieran Tierney.
Bellerin and Tierney are recovering from knee and groin injuries at the moment.
Both players are expected to join full training at Arsenal at the end of this month.
New signing Kieran Tierney had a surgery at the end of last season while he was still a Celtic player.
On his part, Hector Bellerin sustained a serious knee injury during a home league game against Chelsea in January.