Arsenal target Sami Khedira returns to full training

Sami Khedira is set to return to Real Madrid action this weekend

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Sami Khedira returned to Real Madrid training on Thursday after recovering from the injury which has kept him sidelined since the start of September.

The World Cup winner has been out of action for six weeks after suffering a tear in his left thigh muscle.

Khedira has been heavily linked with a transfer to Arsenal in recent months.

The Gunners were thought to be interested in bringing the Germany international to Emirates Stadium over the summer but a move failed to materialise.

The midfielder has also been linked with a January transfer to Chelsea in recent days.

Khedira posted a picture of himself working in the gym earlier this week, along with the message: “Working hard on strength and power! can’t wait to join my team! Hala Madrid! Sk #strength #power #nike #work”


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