Granit Xhaka (born 27 September 1992) is a Swiss professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Premier League club Arsenal and captains the Switzerland national team . Xhaka began his career at hometown club Basel, winning the Swiss Super League in each of his first two seasons.
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Granit Xhaka declined to be vaccinated against Covid-19, the Swiss football federation’s head of communications has said, after it emerged that the midfielder had tested positive for coronavirus ...
Xhaka was the star of the show for Switzerland against France. According to UEFA’s Article 52, a player is suspended for the next match after picking up two yellow cards in two different matches ...
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Xhaka was the star of the show for Switzerland against France The Arsenal midfielder was sensational for his country as they played brilliantly to set up a quarter-final clash with Spain.
Mikel Arteta has revealed Granit Xhaka's determination to return to the Arsenal team ahead of schedule. The Switzerland midfielder was ruled out for three months with a knee injury sustained in the victory against Tottenham - but has been working overtime to get back as soon as possible. "Granit is progressing really well but obviously we know ...
Granit Xhaka was forced to cover at left-back for Arsenal and the decision by Mikel Arteta cost the Gunners dearly in midfield. (Image: Alex Caparros - UEFA/UEFA via Getty Images) The issue now will be the injury he suffered during a collision with Lucas Moura. Mikel Arteta spoke very concerningly about Xhaka and the impact on the midfielder.
Xhaka’s positive test ruled him out of Switzerland’s game against Greece on Wednesday. The Arsenal player showed symptoms in the morning and although a rapid test returned a negative result, a PCR test confirmed the infection. “Granit Xhaka was not vaccinated,” the Swiss FA’s head of communications, Adrian Arnold, was quoted by Blick.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has spoken about Granit Xhaka's recovery from a knee injury, hinting the Swiss may return to action sooner than anticipated. Football News Premier League
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has spoken about Granit Xhaka's recovery from a knee injury, hinting the Swiss may return to action sooner than anticipated.