Arsenal defender Rob Holding has announced that he received a support message from Marcus Rashford during his week following his horrific injury to Manchester United. The 23-year-old failed for up to nine months after breaking the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee on Wednesday in a 2-2 draw at Old Trafford. Holding suffered the injury when he landed awkwardly when he was challenged by United striker Rashford for the ball. However, despite the severity of the injury, Holding insists that there is no bad feeling between him and the English roommate. Arsenal's center-back went to Instagram on Friday evening to defuse any suggestions that he was dissatisfied with Rashford after the injury. Holding uploaded a picture of him and Rashford during the game and added the caption: "Marcus has approached me.

"We are just two Manc guys lucky enough to be at OT against each other." What happens afterwards is only part of football. It's all love and my goal is to be better again than before. "It's not the first time that Holding has talked about the injury after the youngster first went on social media to thank supporters for the news he received. Holding wrote: "This team is special! I love my boys, thank you very much for supporting players, staff and fans." The injury is a heavy blow to Unai Emery, having become a key player behind Arsenal's impressive start in the group has established a new season. continue reading
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