The 22-year-old suffered both knee and ankle damage in the Champions League defeat to Barcelona on Tuesday, and is set to miss important England friendly matches against Germany and the Netherlands next month.
Arsenal have been plagued by injuries to key players this season, and Chamberlain himself has struggled to truly establish himself in the Gunners’ first-team after several injury setbacks in his career so far.
Missing out on this summer’s Finals in France would be a major blow after the winger sat out the last World Cup with an injury to his right knee.
Likewise, losing Oxlade-Chamberlain is bad news for Wenger as he approaches the business end of the season with Oxlade-Chamberlain previously expected to play a key role
Article by Colleta Juma