Martin Odegaard and Alexandre Lacazette had appeared at London Colney with the rest of Gunners squad as Mikel Arteta’s men put through their paces at club’s training base on Tuesday ahead of Carabao Cup clash against West Bromwich Albion.
Lacazette, who contacted with Covid-19, missed the opening two matches of the season, defeats by Brentford and Chelsea, but the Frenchman made returned to London Colney on Tuesday and could available for trip to West Brom.
Martin Odegaard, who missed Arsenal’s defeat at Emirates last Sunday against Chelsea, due to paperwork issue after completing his £30million permanent switch from Real Madrid, has now received full clearance.
The attacking midfielder trained alongside his team-mates and is expected to feature for the Gunners against West Bromwich Albion in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday evening.
Aaron Ramsdale was also among Mikel Arteta’s men, who were in good spirits at London Colney on Tuesday and the Englishman, who was named as substituted at weekend against Chelsea likely to make his debut against the Championships side.
Gabriel Martinelli and Kieran Tierney are limped out on Sunday with lower leg cramps and cramps in thigh but both returned to full training and they expected to be available for tomorrow selection against West Bromwich Albion.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Rob Holding, Mohamed Elneny, Granit Xhaka, Emile Smith-Rowe, Bukayo Saka, Gabriel Magalheas and Nicolas Pepe, were all taken part in Tuesday’s training session as Gunners looking forward to getting their first victory this season.
Meanwhile, summer signing Ben White, who also contacted with Covid-19 ahead of the Chelsea match and will not be available on Wednesday match at West Brom.
Hector Bellerin will have a late check on a thigh problem while Thomas Partey, Eddie Nketiah, Willian and Alex Runarsson, all are totally rule out for tomorrow selection due to their respectively injuries problems.
A trip to West Brom on Wednesday will be huge boost for Mikel Arteta’s squad to boosting their confidence after loss their first-two opening Premier League matches to Brentford and Chelsea.
Last season, Mikel Arteta’s men defeat the Championship side home and away with Smith-Rowe, Nicolas Pepe, Willian, Kieran Tierney, Bukayo Saka and Alexandre Lacazette were all netted in the both encounters.