Arsenal players seem to be infected with the Coronavirus one after another, and this has made things difficult for the Gooners.
The Bosnia-Herzegovina defender of the Arsenal team missed the game against Leeds due to the Coronavirus.
Kolasinac produced a positive test, and he will miss Arsenal's next game against Leeds United.
The Football Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina has confirmed that the Corona Kolasinac test is positive and that he will not be able to accompany the national team in the game against Italy.
Sead Kolasinac is the second Arsenal player to be infected with the Coronavirus in national games. Elneny had previously been infected with the virus in the Egyptian national team.
While Thomas Partey is also injured, the players' infection with the Coronavirus has made things difficult for Arsenal.
The Arsenal boss has previously spoken of his concerns about the national team at this time.
Arteta said: "The bubbles that the Premier League, the clubs and the Government have been able to create to try to keep everybody as safe as possible are working really, really well.
"But we all know that the issue is still there.
"Obviously when everyone has to fly away to very different countries, I think at the moment it's a little bit of an experience.
"We don't know what the outcome is. We want to believe that they are going to follow a lot of things that are implemented and working well so fingers crossed we don't get any bad news."