Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is back in training with the first team but will not be ready for Arsenal's season-ending match against West Brom at the Emirates.
After repeatedly indicating that Danny Welbeck would play before the end of the season, Arsene Wenger has reversed course and declared the England international out for Week 38 and the FA Cup final.
Olivier Giroud has sputtered down the stretch as Arsenal have struggled to score over their past four matches.
Kieran Gibbs and Nacho Monreal split Arsenal's two starts in Game Week 37 with Gibbs outperforming Monreal significantly.
Laurent Koscielny was the run-away most productive player for Arsenal over their two matches in Game Week 37.
Theo Walcott was dynamic after his introduction but neither he nor any of his Arsenal teammates could break through in a nil-nil draw at the Emirates.
Laurent Koscielny will be assessed before the midweek game against Sunderland after Arsene Wenger confirmed the French defender is suffering from flu.
Theo Walcott came in late and rescued a point for Arsenal as his speed forced Tyler Blackett into an own goal that leveled the tie and won a point for the Gunners.
Danny Welbeck will miss out on an Old Trafford reunion as he continues to recover slowly from the knee injury that has kept him sidelined since late April.
The Thomas Vermaelen transfer could be the gift that keeps on giving for Arsenal if Barcelona win the Champions League.
Gedion Zelalem has been cleared by FIFA to play for the United States after having played for Germany at the youth level. He will feature for the US at the U20 World Cup this summer.
Aaron Ramsey overcame a knock picked up against Hull City to start against Swansea City on Monday in a 1-0 Arsenal loss.
David Ospina was always going to have a hard time picking up points with Swansea conceding possession but it got even worse as the Swans scored from their only significant attempt.
Alexis Sanchez racked up phantom points aplenty in Arsenal's late 1-0 loss to Swansea which bodes well for the Chilean heading into Arsenal's two-match week.
Danny Welbeck looks set to hand Arsenal a welcome fitness boost in time for Sundays’ meeting against his former employers – Manchester United - at the Emirates Stadium.