Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky, who has been out for what seems like forever, is back in full training and could be available in the next week or two to back up Aaron Ramsey.
Tomas Rosicky will not be ready for the start of the new season after Arsene Wenger confirmed the 34 year-old won't train for another 4/5 weeks after picking up a knee injury.
Tomas Rosicky has taken to the media to register a complaint about his lack of playing time at Arsenal this season.
Tomas Rosicky will add veteran depth to the Arsenal bench next season after signing a one-year extension at the Emirates.
Tomas Rosicky is expected to overcome his recent bout of illness as Arsenal travel to St James’ Park to face a depleted Newcastle side hoping to make it six consecutive wins [and 9 from their last 10] to keep their European charge on track.
Tomas Rosicky has had a brief burst of productivity since Week 18 but it is likely to come to an end with Aaron Ramsey and Mesut Ozil returning to health.
Tomas Rosicky may be forced into a second start in three matches given Arsenal's injury crisis.
Arsenal's midfield depth received a boost with the news that Tomas Rosicky has overcome a thigh problem and should be available as a substitute against QPR on Boxing Day.
Tomas Rosicky scored a thunderbolt of a goal in the second minute and the goal held up for an Arsenal win in the North London Derby.
Tomas Rosicky had surgery for two breaks in his nose. He suffered the injury against Aston Villa. He could be available for the Fulham match in a protective match, but that seems unlikely.
Tomas Rosicky has been ill, and will need a late fitness test before the weekend's big first versus third match against Southampton.
Oft-injured midfielder Tomas Rosicky is at it again and will miss Arsenal's trip to Sunderland in Week 4.