Kolo Toure has contracted malaria, but is not expected to miss the start of the new season.
Ivory Coast defender should return in around four weeks
Arsenal defender Kolo Toure has contracted a mild strain of malaria, but is not expected to miss the start of the new Premier League season.
It is thought Toure, 27, contracted the disease while on holiday in his native Ivory Coast.
Reports on Wednesday stated that Toure was diagnosed with malaria during Arsenal's pre-season tour of Austria and Hungary.
Toure is now receiving treatment but should be fit for The Gunners' opening game of the new season against West Bromwich Albion on 16th August.