Leeds United will welcome back Luis Sinisterra for the match against Arsenal after missing Crystal Palace 2-1 defeat due to suspension.
The Colombian international was sent off for receiving two consecutive yellow cards against Aston Villa, which forced him to miss the trip to Selhurst Park last week Saturday.
Leeds signed Sinisterra from Feyenoord in the summer for a fee of £21m after a blistering performance last season. The Colombian international recorded a whopping huge of 43 goals contribution, firing Feyenoord to UEFA Conference League final which they narrowly lost to AS Roma in final.
Depsite an injury start to the season, Sinisterra has scored 4 goals and recorded 1 assist and will be a key man for the Jesse’s side when League leaders Arsenal visit the capital on Sunday.
“We have Willy and we want to find ways to get him going and Joffy [Joe Gelhardt] made a statement that he should not be left out of the squad, we will miss Luis” Marsch said ahead of Crystal Palace defeat last week.
Sinisterra has already shown flashes of his quality at Elland road and his return will be a big boost for Leeds coach Jesse Marsch, who rued the absence of his new signing ahead of Crystal Palace match.