Arsenal star Tomas Rosicky will miss up to two months of football after undergoing a knee surgery, according to reports from the Daily Star.
The 34-year-old has been has been plagued with a knee problem following a match for the Czech Republic international team back in June.
His agent has now confirmed that the midfielder will be unable to feature in the upcoming match against Crystal Palace and will be out for up to eight weeks.
He now joins fellow teammate Jack Wilshere on the sidelines as the England international is yet to recover from an ankle injury.
Despite manager Arsene Wenger revealing that Rosicky is well on his way to recovery, he is now set to miss the match against Palace as well as Liverpool, Newcastle United, Stoke City, Chelsea, Leicester City, and Manchester United.
The Gunners didn’t start their Premier League opening fixture too well as they suffered a 2-0 defeat at the hands of West Ham United at the weekend.