Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette might face Sheffield United on Monday and has returned to full training following an ankle injury , the team has confirmed.
The French forward hasnt played because Arsenals 2-2 draw with Tottenham on September 1, with the team having revealed he would have given time torest and fortify his arm to regain complete fitness.
Arsenal have risen by going unbeaten but also the 28-year-olds yield will offer a boost to the clubs ambitions of a top-four finish.
Alex is progressing nicely and will be back in full training, a club statement said.
Decision on his involvement for Mondays game at Sheffield United will be reached in the coming days.
Lacazette managed two goals including a target against north London rivals Spurs despite playing throughout the opening months of the season through the ankle difficulty.
Arsenal also verified that midfielder Emile Smith Rowe is readily available for selection after recovering from an injury he picked up in last month Carabao Cup tie against Nottingham Forest.
Meanwhile, fellow midfielder Reiss Nelson is expected to return to training in November because he continues to recover from a knee ligament injury sustained before the break against Standard Liege.

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