Arsenal’s previous seasons has not ended without key players being sidelined with injuries for lengthy periods
This has not being different but recent reports have indicated that Hector Belerin is set to retain to light training next week as steps him his recovering from an ankle injury.
His last game for us was the derby game against Tottenham on the 6th of November. It was Danny Roses’ late challenge on him that left him banjaxed with the injury.
His absence has hurt Arsenal with Carl Jenkinson unable to be as influential for Arsene Wenger’s men and he has largely been a liability for them.
In turn, it will be welcome news for Wenger to hear that Bellerin is on track for a return in mid-December, as noted by The Sun, but he will be hoping that he avoids any setbacks in the next phase of his rehabilitation.
After displacing Mathieu Debuchy as the first-choice right-back at Arsenal, the Spaniard has established himself as one of the top players in his position in Europe.