According to the Telegraph Premier League giant Arsenal have received a quadruple injury boost with defender Laurent Koscielny, Sead Kolasinac, German Mesut Ozil and striker Danny Welbeck all expected to return for the trip to Watford this weekend.
Laurent Koscielny has missed the Gunners last two games against BATE Borisov and Brighton after suffering an Achilles problem during the victory over West Brom two weeks ago.
The Center-half also sat out France’s FIFA World Cup qualifying match during the international break and there were fears the 32-year-old would miss Saturday’s clash with Watford.
However, as per the Telegraph although Koscielny is still not back training fully just yet, the defender is due to rejoin the squad over the coming days and be in line to start at Vicarage Road.
The injury news will come as a major boost to Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger as German Shkodran Mustafi looks set for a spell out of action after sustaining a thigh injury while playing for Germany national team during the international break.
There is also good news as regards Kolasinac as the publication says the full-back will be fit enough for selection against Watford despite being forced off at half-time during Bosnia’s 2-1 victory over Estonia last night.
The same publication also claims that German Mesut Ozil is back in line to return to the team on Saturday after returning to training having missed the last four matches with a knee problem.
The paper says claim Danny Welbeck has also returned to full training again and could be in contention for selection this weekend after recuperating from a groin injury.