Arsenal Injury News Update

Finally Arsenal have good news after a very long time of back to back injuries and refused bids. Sagna is fully fit and even made his first appearance for the Gunners against Villa.

This was Sagna’s first match since the first leg against Tottenham Hotspur at the start of the season, but with the way he recovered he has strong chances to be on the pitch for the second leg against the Spurs as well.

“I am absolutely delighted,” he told Arsenal.com “It’s been quite difficult all these months – four is a long time.

Arsenal Close To Having A Full-back

Arsenal’s critical situation is about to come to an end soon as team full-back Backary Sagna has returned to full training and thus completes his recuperation.

The Frenchman get back in time to catch the most of the second part of the season and have enough games played to secure his place in France’s Euro 2012 squad. At Arsenal he will be returning to the pitch as soon as he will be able to return to full form and all doubts of a possible new setback will be cleared by the medical staff.

Sagna Close To A Comeback. Will Arsenal Win A trophy?

Arsenal’s full-back Backary Sagna is close to a comeback after the injury he sustained in the beginning of the season against Tottenham, and will probably show up on the field soon having already started training.

“I was told I would spend three or four months out and I am on schedule.

“I have resumed jogging and I should kick the ball again in the coming days.

“I have screws (in my leg) but I don’t think I will have them removed. That would mean another two months on the sidelines.”

Arsenal’s Full-back Problem Will Become A Thing Of The Past Soon

Finally good news coming from the Emirates Stadium as Wenger confirmed that Arsenal’s star full-back Backary Sagna will indeed be ready for action much sooner than expected.

Having injured himself in the London derby against Tottenham from the start of the season after a challenge by Asou-Ekotto, Sagna was expected to be out for the better part of 3 months, but he’s proving to be a champion both on the field and off it and he’ll be back much in a shorter time than expected.

“He is a long way ahead of schedule.”, said Wenger.