Englishman may now feature against Coventry in the Cup on Friday.
There was great news for Arsenal fans on Monday after it emerged that key midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain had finally returned to training with the rest of the north London club’s first-team squad after a long layoff with a knee injury.
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The sight of the England star pictured on Instagram taking part in training at the Gunners’ London Colney complex will have given a big lift to everyone associated with the club, especially following the recent long-term knee problem picked up by Oxlade-Chamberlain’s compatriot and fellow winger Theo Walcott.
The Ox has been out of action since the north Londoners’ very first Premier League game of the entire season against Aston Villa at the Emirates back in August, when the exciting 20-year-old sustained a serious knee injury.
However, it now appears as though the Englishman is finally back to full fitness and possibly even in line to take some part in the club’s next match against Coventry City in the FA Cup on Friday.