The 19-year-old has not made a first-team appearance for the north London club so far this season after a lengthy lay-off with a knee injury.
However, the midfielder returned to training in recent weeks and although he did not travel to Monaco with his team-mates ahead of the second leg of the Gunners’ last-16 clash at Stade Louis II, he is hoping to return soon.
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Gnabry took to social media on Monday evening to reveal that he is feeling sharp and ready to feature for Arsene Wenger’s men.
He shared the photo above on his Instagram account and wrote: “After not having trained for a few days as a measure of precaution I’m finally back with the team and fit as a fiddle! Good luck tomorrow in Monaco Gunners!!! #SergeIsBack #ucl #Arsenal #WeCanDoIt”
Arsenal must do what no other side has managed in the Champions League era against Monaco on Tuesday night: win having gone into an away tie needing to score more than once to avoid being eliminated.
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