Arsenal’s Leandro Trossard confident of making Belgian Euro’s squad despite lack of game time

In an interview with HLN, Arsenal forward Leandro Trossard has claimed he is confident that he will still be part of the Belgium squad for the European championships. Trossard said ‘I am still convinced that I will play enough matches. I will be ready for the European Championship’.

The 28-year-old former Brighton player has only started one game this season, with his other appearance being off the bench. In the game that he did start, which was a 2-2 draw with Fulham, Trossard only played the first half. He did manage to score during the Community Shield final against Manchester City. Against Manchester United in the sides 3-1 victory he remained on the bench. Since joining Arsenal in January 2023, Trossard has played 25 games, scoring twice. During his time with Brighton, the former Genk man played 121 times and scored 25 goals.

So far, Trossard has been capped 26 times by Belgium, scoring five goals. The Red Devils are currently second in their qualifying group behind Austria, although they do have a game in hand. They face Azerbaijan next in Baku.

GBeNeFN | Ben Jackson

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