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Injury Boost As Wenger Confirms Midfielder Could Return In 3 Weeks
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has revealed that Tomas Rosicky could be back in full first team training in three weeks.
Rosicky is yet to feature this season after suffering a serious knee injury while away with the Czech national team during the summer.
It’s been a long road to recovery for Tomas but it looks like there is finally light at the end of the tunnel with the midfielder closing in on his comeback.
Arsene has given Arsenal.com a team news update this evening ahead of our Premier League trip to Southampton on Boxing Day and he’s confirmed that Rosicky is due back in full training in three weeks.
In three weeks he could be back in full training.
His return will be a timely one as we’re currently thin on options in midfield and attack due to injuries to the likes of Wilshere, Arteta, Cazorla, Coquelin and Welbeck.
There is a chance Arteta and Wilshere could also be back in full training by the time Rosicky is on the training pitch next month so Wenger could suddenly find himself with fresh options as we head into the second half of the campaign.