Jurrien Timber made his Premier League debut for Arsenal against Nottingham Forest today.
He started the match from the first minute, but unfortunately he only stayed on the field for 50 minutes.
Shortly after returning from halftime, Timber grabbed his knee and fell to the ground. It was immediately understood that he had to leave the game.
So far, it has not been announced how serious the injury is, but it seems that the 22-year-old Dutchman will not be ready for the next game.
We remember that Timber arrived at Arsenal from Ajax a month ago for 40 million euros in compensation.
He started his career at Ajax and in the first team he played 121 times in all competitions.
Timber made his debut for the Netherlands on the eve of the 2021 European Championship and has since played 15 games for the national team.
He became Arsenal’s second signing of the summer, following the early arrival of Kai Havertz from Chelsea, and was followed by the announced arrival of Declan Rice from West Ham.