Danny Welbeck is back in training with the Arsenal squad but requires a lot of work to regain match fitness and sharpness after being out since May with a knee injury.
Arsenal fans will be pleased to hear attacking reinforcements are on the way with Danny Welbeck back in first-team training.
With the news that Danny Welbeck will be out for nine months after injuring his knee, Arsenal will surely be forced into the transfer market for a new forward.
Danny Welbeck will be side-lined for up-to nine months after Arsenal confirmed the injury-plagued forward had undergone surgery to repair ‘significant cartilage damage’.
Arsène Wenger admitted he was "worried" by the injury sustained by Welbeck during the first half of Sundays’ game at the Etihad, however, he refused to rule the England international out of Euro 2016 until he has further tests.
Arsenal were by no means impressive today, but Arsene Wenger pushed the right button by calling on Danny Welbeck in the second half and the forward scored the lone goal of a day as the Gunners squeak past Norwich City, 1-0.
Arsene Wenger indicated that Danny Welbeck is questionable for Arsenal's match with Swansea as the manager uses caution as the player returns from a long injury layoff.
Danny Welbeck returned to the Arsenal squad with the decisive goal deep in stoppage time to see off top-of-the-table Leicester City.
Arsene Wenger has indicated that Danny Welbeck's recovery is continuing and that he could be ready for the club's FA Cup date with Hull City next weekend.
The latest reports suggest that Danny Welbeck has suffered a fresh injury setback which will keep the Arsenal forward on the sidelines until February in the first instance.
An injury that was supposed to be "minor" when it happened in April has turned into September knee surgery and "months" of further recovery.
Danny Welbeck will not make it back to full health in time to be available for the start of the 2015-16 season kicking off at the Emirates on Sunday against West Ham United.
Arsene Wenger has confirmed that a number of his first team squad members will not travel to Singapore to take part in the Barclays’ Asia Trophy including Danny Welbeck who is still nursing a knee injury.
Danny Welbeck continues to struggle with his knee injury but otherwise Arsenal are fully fit for Saturday's FA Cup final against Aston Villa.