The 28-year-old suffered a minor hamstring tear in the second leg of the Gunners' Europa League quarter-final win over Napoli which will keep him out for at least two months, according to the Sun. There is no chance anyone can blame him for losing points.
He moved to Arsenal in 2008 from Cardiff City and is now the Gunners' longest-serving player.
They lost 3-0 and their goalkeeper Bernd Leno was their best player.
"The stress and the fatigue arrived, We are competing with circumstances that are not the best", admitted Pochettino after a sixth defeat in 10 league games.
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Had you given me and many other Chelsea fans this scenario at the beginning of a season that was clearly going to be transitional and hard, I think the majority of us would have taken it. "We could have won by more distance, I'm so happy for the victory and now we have a week to prepare and hopefully we arrive at Brighton with the chance to be champions". Many will point to his display in United's 1-0 win at Tottenham Hotspur in January, when he was in the right place at the right time and made 11 saves - the most he's ever made in a single EPL game.
The defensive issues that dogged Wenger's final years in charge still need to be resolved, while Emery constantly chops and changes his formation and personnel in midfield and attack.
The Gunners face La Liga giants Valencia this week in the Europa League semi-finals at the Emirates Stadium, knowing that they are just three games away from winning the competition and getting their names in the Champions League hat for next year.
De Gea on Sunday night at Old Trafford spilled the ball at Marcos Alonso's feet following Antonio Rudiger's speculative 35-yard shot. And in truth it's probably a good thing, because he was 100 percent correct in his assessment of the club, and they are views that a significant number of fans of the club will echo.
But United legend Gary Neville questioned De Gea's decision to bring his own goalkeeping coach and mentor, Emilio Alvarez, to Old Trafford.