Big Injury Boost For Arsenal As Two Creative Midfielders Are Set For Immediate Return

Arsenal duo Jack Wilshere and Thomas Rosicky are nearing their return to Arsenal’s first team as they played for under-21s for Arsenal against Swansea.

The midfielder duo has been out of action for some time now. Wilshere made his first appearance for the season on 10th April. The England international was playing his second match after being out of action for over 10 months due to a fracture first being the match against Newcastle. While Thomas Rosicky made his comeback in January, however after 19 minutes into the match he picked up a thigh injury.

While the players have not yet featured in the first team, they have returned to training on a regular basis and are fit for the first team football. Further, both are looking to qualify for their respective national teams. Their return is sure to give Arsene Wenger hope for the remaining seven games of the season, the question, however, remains how will they fare after being out of action for over 10 months.

Written by Sanjeevani Dhakal

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