Then fit? Noa Lang will (most likely) travel to London for the Champions League clash between PSV and Arsenal


The final decision will not be made until tomorrow morning before departure, but it is expected that Noa Lang will travel with the PSV selection to London, where the kick-off of the Champions League group stage against Arsenal is scheduled for Wednesday.

Lang was left out of the 4-0 win over NEC last Saturday with hamstring problems, but coach Peter Bosz expressed the hope after the match that the attacker had left in time to prevent worse and might still be available in London. Lang completed his own program today and if there was no immediate response, he can at least travel with the team. A decision on his availability will be made after training at the Emirates Stadium.

Return to the Champions Ball

It will be PSV’s first group match in the Champions League since the 1-1 draw against Inter at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza on December 11, 2018. Luuk de Jong and Hirving Lozano were also present there. Both attackers are now back at their old home after adventures in Spain (at Barcelona) and Italy (at Napoli) respectively.

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By the way, it is also a return for Arsenal after a long time on the highest club stage in Europe. The Gunners are back in the group stage of the Champions League for the first time in seven years. Gabriel Martinelli is expected to be absent from the London team due to hamstring complaints.


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