Photo: Serge Gnabry wishes Arsenal good luck ahead of Palace clash
Serge Gnabry vows to keep working hard as the Arsenal forward looks to break back into the first-team
Serge Gnabry has wished his Arsenal team-mates good luck ahead of their Crystal Palace clash as the Gunners youngster edges nearer to a return from injury.
The Germany international hasn’t featured for the Gunners since he suffered a long-term knee injury during Arsenal’s Champions League clash against Bayern Munich last season.
The 19-year-old forward completed 65 minutes of Arsenal Under-21 side’s 2-1 victory over Newcastle United at St James’ Park on 10 February, but he is still to earn a place in Arsene Wenger’s match day squad.
But the former Stuttgart teenager vowed to keep working hard on his rehabilitation from his knee problem as Gnabry posted a photo with Mesut Ozil from Arsenal’s training session at London Colney on Friday.
Gnabry wrote: “I wish the team all success against Crystal Palace tomorrow. I will keep pushing during training and work hard! Wish you all a pleasant weekend!#COYG”
The Arsenal teenager made 14 appearances for the north London side last season, scoring his first Gunners goal against Swansea City in September 2013.
Gnabry’s impressive form during the 2013/14 campaign earned the midfielder a new five-year Arsenal deal.