Serge Gnabry could return to the club ahead of schedule following yet another mountain of injuries at Arsenal, with the player potentially being recalled early from his loan spell with West Bromwich Albion, as reported by The Telegraph.
Gnabry is currently on a season long loan at the Hawthorns, but could be recalled in the wake of a number of unfortunate injuries. As the report suggests, Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s injuries in the Capital One Cup have got Arsene Wenger sweating, and he is considering his options ahead of the winter window.
The Telegraph claims he won’t be returning to the club until January – if at all – which seems a little strange. Our need for a wideman is immediate, and we can’t really afford to wait two to three months. A number of our injured players are likely to be close to a recovery by then, so our situation could have drastically changed.
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Gnabry was once the most promising youngster at Arsenal, and was on the verge of breaking into the team. Injuries put an end to that though, and he’s now struggling to get into the West Brom team. Hopefully if he does return, he picks up where he left off before his nasty injury.