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Manchester City faces another injury concern ahead of their Sunday clash with Arsenal in the Premier League.

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Man City’s Manuel Akanji is uncertain for Sunday’s match against Arsenal due to an injury.

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Reports indicate that Akanji has withdrawn from international duty with Switzerland, just five days before the crucial fixture against Arsenal at the Etihad Stadium. The defender, who has been a key figure in Pep Guardiola’s lineup this season with 34 appearances across all competitions, now faces a race to regain fitness.

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Switzerland manager Murat Yakin disclosed on Monday that the 28-year-old sustained a knock and will not participate in Tuesday’s friendly against Ireland, as reported by the Irish Independent.

Arsenal, currently leading the Premier League table by goal difference ahead of Liverpool, have an opportunity to extend their lead to four points over City. However, City’s injury concerns don’t end with Akanji; Kevin De Bruyne and Jack Grealish are managing groin injuries, while Kyle Walker left England’s friendly against Brazil early.

City’s squad is expected to regroup on Thursday before the Arsenal showdown, as reported by the Manchester Evening News. Striker Erling Haaland, who plays for Norway, will feature in their game against Slovakia on Tuesday, and City is awaiting his condition upon return. Additionally, Bernardo Silva and Ruben Dias were released from the Portugal squad after their match against Sweden to manage their fitness levels.

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