first_imgArsenal will not know the extent of Olivier Giroud’s foot injury until Wednesday, Arsene Wenger has revealed.The French striker suffered the problem in the final moments of Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Everton and there have been widespread reports the club are concerned he has broken a bone in his foot.That could potentially rule him out for up to three months and leave Arsenal desperately short of options up front.But Wenger says he will have to wait 24 hours to discover the severity of the injury before deciding what steps to take in terms of finding a replacement.“I don’t know,” said Wenger, when asked if Giroud had broken his foot.“He will see a specialist tomorrow and that will determine how long he will be out.”With Giroud out, summer signing Alexis Sanchez is likely to operate as the loan striker against Besiktas in Tuesday’s Champions League qualifier, while Wenger also has Yaya Sanogo, Lukas Podolski and Joel Campbell available.Arsenal fans on who they want to replace Olivier Giroud 1 Olivier Giroud last_img