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Leandro Trossard withdraws from the Belgium squad due to injury

Belgium winger Leandro Trossard has withdrawn from the national side due to an injury suffered in the hamstring. The Arsenal star was substituted at halftime in their most recent match against Manchester City and was replaced by Gabriel Martinelli. Recently the Belgium national side released news about Trossard’s condition, stating: ”Leandro Trossard is not fit to join the squad at the Proximus Basecamp on Monday.”

Trossard is confirmed to miss his next two international matches for the Euros qualifications. He will be on an international break to recover from the hamstring injury suffered during the match against Manchester City. Replacing him, Red Devils head coach Domenico Tedesco has called upon 18-year-old Royal Antwerp midfielder Arthur Vermeeren, as Belgium seeks to continue their unbeaten start to Euro 2024 qualifying Group F.

Trossard to miss his next two international matches

Leandro Trossard, who most recently featured in the Premier League match against Manchester City has withdrawn from the Belgium squad due to injury. The winger is out after suffering a hamstring injury. It has now been confirmed that he won’t be available for Belgium’s upcoming European Championship qualifying matches against Austria and Sweden.

Arsenal is more likely to see his injury during his international break and will be hoping to have him fit for their next Premier League match against Chelsea on October 21.

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The 28-year-old made his debut on 5 September 2020 in a Nations League game against Denmark. He has made a total of 28 appearances and has scored 6 international goals. His most recent goal was against Estonia in the Euro 2024 qualifiers on 12 September 2023.

Trossard started his senior career with Genk, a Belgium side back in 2011. He made a total of 120 appearances for them and also scored 39 goals. Then he was loaned to several sides in the Belgium second division league before making his move to Brighton and Hove Albion. The 28-year-old played four seasons for Brighton in the Premier League making 122 appearances and scoring 25 goals. Earlier this year in January Arsenal announced the signing of Trossard for a guaranteed £20 million, and around a further £7 million in add-ons. Trossard made 29 appearances for Arsenal and has scored on four occasions for them.

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