Arsenal are looking forward to making important signings this summer to boost Arteta's squad. Already the red's of London in their opening Premier League fixture against Crystal Palace they ended up winning by 0-2 scoreline.
Now Arteta is looking forward to another outing when his team will face Leicester City at the Emirates Stadium. The fixture will be played on Saturday this coming weekend in huge boost to a well planning Arteta.
Meanwhile Gunners were happy to welcome back Kieran who in last season suffered a knee injury which required a surgery. As he was involved in Arsenal away win at Palace although he was played in the last less than ten minutes of the game.
But Arteta will still have to assess the fitness of Rowe who is a major doubt this weekend as well as Fabio Vieira. Who picked a knock while representing Portugal in summer fixtures for his country.
Tomiyasu will as well wait for last clean bill of health from club doctors at least before being considered as part of the squad by Arteta. Mikel has options in the defence with new player joining the Emirates, Zinchenko from Manchester City as well as Cedric and Bellerin are all available for selection.
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