Arsenal fans here in the Tavern are desperate to see a couple of injured stars return, as they go on in search of a Champions League place for next season.
The Gunners have been less than convincing in the current campaign as they face an uphill task to finish in the top-four, with Europa League glory possibly being their only way of securing Champions League football for next season.
Indeed, Arsenal have struggled with injuries throughout the current campaign as a number of star players continue to suffer, but it now appears that things are looking up for the North London club, as fitness expert Ben Dinnery has revealed some positive news for Arsenal fans on Twitter.
Lacazette, Ramsey and Wilshere have all been involved in full training while the club also confirm that Kolasinac – did not injure his knee on international duty – and is therefore available for the visit of Stoke on Sunday. #AFC
— Ben Dinnery (@BenDinnery) March 30, 2018
This is great news for Arsenal as they head into one of the most important periods in their season, with many of our local residents expecting nothing less than glory in the Europa League. And, should the Gunners fail to bring silverware back to the Emirates in the current campaign, manager Arsene Wenger may just be on his way out of the exits. Indeed, Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere and Alexandre Lacazette have all been influential so far this season, so hearing news that they’d been involved in full training will be sure to boost the mood.
This is incredible news for Arsenal as Ramsey, Lacazette and Wilshere could all be set for a return in the near future, which will help the club massively from here on in until the end of the season. And, with the Gunners struggling for confidence at times in recent Premier League fixtures, news that players are taking part in full training has certainly boosted the mood here in the Tavern.
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