Arsenal loanee Salah-Eddine Oulad M’hand is still quite a way off returning from injury, according to Hull City boss Liam Rosenior.
Of all of Arsenal’s loanees this season, only Salah-Eddine Oulad M’hand is still yet to play a single minute of competitive football due to injury.
Back in October, the midfielder seemingly returned from injury to rejoin training with the Hull squad, with reports that he was targeting an on-pitch comeback after the World Cup.
But the midfielder then suffered a setback, and he remains a way off making his Hull debut, according to City boss Liam Rosenior.
“Salah is getting treatment at Arsenal so he’s still quite a way off which is a real shame for him and for us,” Rosenior said.
“To be honest, we’re looking at it week by week and I’m getting constant reports back from Arsenal, and for his career, the sooner he can get back the better.”
For the time being, Oulad M’hand has returned to Arsenal to receive treatment at London Colney.
Oulad M’hand joined Arsenal in 2020, completing a free transfer from Feyenoord, but he left the club this summer on loan with an option to buy.
As it stands, with Oulad M’hand still waiting for a chance to show what he can do at Hull, it looks unlikely they’ll activate that option.
Across all competitions for the Arsenal youth teams last season, Salah-Eddine scored six goals and provided five assists. His younger brother Ismail is also on the books with the academy, having joined from Feyenoord at the same time.