Belgium are sweating over Arsenal forward Leandro Trossard’s fitness for the European qualifiers against Austria and Sweden in the next few days.

On Sunday, the 28-year-old was withdrawn after the break in the Gunners’ 1-0 win over Manchester City, and after the tie, Mikel Arteta admitted that Trossard “felt something in his hamstring.”

The setback could force the Arsenal player to miss this month’s internationals, according to Het Laatste Nieuws.

The former Brighton & Hove Albion player is ‘a problem’ for the national team and their manager, Domenico Tedesco.

It’s claimed De Rode Duivels medical staff are in contact with Arsenal over the possibility of keeping the attacker at the north London club after he sustained the hamstring injury.

A decision hasn’t been finalised just yet and the report explains that it will be made after Trossard undergoes further tests today. As it stands, HLN state there is ‘a possibility’ for him to be left out of the Belgium squad for the next two games.

Arsenal defender William Saliba has withdrawn from the France squad due to a toe injury and it remains to be seen whether Trossard will be another Gunners player forced to miss out due to a setback.