Both Arsenal and the Netherlands national team will need to take into consideration his injury and extended recuperation period when evaluating him for the forthcoming European Championship.
Jurrien Timber, an Arsenal defender, will be out until the 2019 preseason
Because of the rupture of his cruciate ligament at the beginning of the season, Jurrien Timber, an Arsenal defender, is anticipated to remain out of action until the preseason of the following year.
The Netherlands national team is keeping an eye on Timber’s recuperation in the hopes of adding him to Ronald Koeman’s roster for the Euros, according to Algemeen Dagblad, via Sport Witness.
As they get ready for the competition in Germany next summer, the Dutch national team is evaluating as many as forty players. Timber, who came from Ajax to Arsenal and suffered an injury in his debut, is on this list, albeit his chances of making it are small.
Before, Timber was a consistent player for the Dutch team, with 15 appearances since making his debut in June 2021 at the age of 19.
Arsenal is anticipated to evaluate Timber’s condition the following season, though it’s possible that he won’t be ready to participate in preseason practice.