Arsenal have receive a massive boost ahead of their Europa League clash with CSKA Moscow, this follows from the return of Aaron Ramsey to full training ahead of the game.
Arsenal have enjoyed a bit of stability since Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Henrikh Mkhitaryan were signed to the club and Arsene Wenger is looking to maintain the same momentum. Heading to the close of the season and the important stage of the Europa Cup, the Gunners wants all their players to be fit.
Sadly, Arsenal have had some of their key players battle with injury – Mkhi is currently ruled out of the Premier League season with an injury and his absence will certainly affect the Gunners attack who are already without Aubameyang for the Europa clash.
However, Ramsey had some fitness concerns ahead of the trip to Russia as he missed the Premier League game against Southampton. The Welsh midfielder returned to full training on Wednesday and he made the trip to Russia with the rest of he squad.
Granit Xhaka did not make the trip to Moscow but in his absence Mohamed Elneny is expected to play along Jack Wilshere and Mesut Ozil in midfield.
Arsenal head into the game with a massive 3-1 advantage but they would have learnt from Barcelona and Real Madrid.