The good news are continuing to pour on the Emirates Stadium as more and more players become ready to play for the Gunners.
After having to deal with massive squad problems for quite a long time, Wenger recovered most of his unavailable players a couple of weeks ago, and the follow-up is even better as the Gunners will finally be able to start a match with a left-back on the left side instead of a center-back.
Kieran Gibbs has resumed training and will now probably be available for the weekend game against Sunderland allowing club defensive star Thomas Vermaelen to finally play in the center after having to cover up for Gibbs and Santos on the left side.
Djourou is also back from injury, but that’s not too much of a big news for Wenger who already has the central positions packed, and with both Sagna and Gibbs now fit there’s no need to dispatch neither Vermaelen nor Koscielny on the wings.
Chamakh is back too as Morocco ended their run in the African Nations Cup after a very disappointment performance from both the national squad and the Arsenal striker, so if he wasn’t able to help his squad is unlikely he’ll do much for Arsenal in the rest of his time at the club before a very likely summer departure.