Arsenal were handed some boost ahead of next season with the latest coming from the medical team of the Gunners.
Mikel Arteta's side have endured a difficult start of the season since the project restart, especially at the back.
Although, the club have confirmed that the German shot stopper, Leno is now participating in outside running.
If you recall that Leno injured his right knee during away trip to Brighton and Hove Albion on June 20. This came after he collided with Brighton Neal Maupay and he landed awkwardly, which resulted in him been streched off.
The club have confirmed that he is expected to being ball drills in the next few days as ahead of next campaign.
Meanwhile, another good news for the Arsenal side is Callum Chambers, who injured his left knee. The English international suffered a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament of his left knee during Chelsea clash on December 29 2019.
It's been gathered that Chambers will continue his rehabilitation will aiming at return to full training before the end of year.
Source: Arsenal FC
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