Arsene Wenger confirms Danny Welbeck a doubt for Arsenal's trip to Manchester United   

Danny Welbeck is doubtful for Arsenal 's trip to Manchester United on Sunday.

Welbeck, who moved to the Emirates last August and scored the goal which saw the Gunners advance in the FA Cup at United's expense in March, has missed the last two matches with a knee injury.

There were suggestions only yesterday that the England man would be good to go this weekend but boss Arsene Wenger is now not so sure.

"Danny Welbeck has a little possibility to be fit," he told the club's official website.

"Maybe Welbeck will be available but at the moment he looks short."

The Gunners have three games remaining and lead United, who have played a game more, by two points entering this weekend's fixtures.

Win at Old Trafford and Arsenal will consign United to a Champions League qualifying tie early next season and enter the group phase automatically themselves.

Wenger is still without Mikel Arteta (ankle), Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (groin) and Mathieu Debuchy (hamstring), along with Abou Diaby (knee).

Aaron Ramsey is still to return to training following the leg injury he sustained against Hull.

"I don't think we have any big injuries," Wenger added.

"I don't know how long the others will be out for, it's difficult to say, but hopefully they will play again this season."

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