Journalist reveals £110,000-a-week Arsenal star was able to train ahead of Everton clash
Injury news journalist Ben Dinnery has revealed that one of the Gunners’ key players who were not able to take part in the clash with Olympiacos on Thursday, has returned to training ahead of the clash with Everton in the Premier League.
The Gunners are set to welcome Everton to the Emirates stadium on Sunday, three days after the trip to Olympiacos which saw them win 1-0 to take a considerable lead in the Europa League round of 32 tie.
One of the players who were not able to feature on Thursday night was Hector Bellerin, as Mikel Arteta named a starting eleven without a natural right-back.
The Spaniard, who is earning £110,000-a-week wages (Mirror), has been in solid form ever since his return from the knee injury he suffered a year ago.
And ahead of the clash with Everton, journalist Ben Dinnery has revealed that Bellerin is now back in full training after his absence earlier this week.
Bellerin is back in full training after missing the Olympiacos tie as a precaution due to tight groin. Mesut Ozil (personal) and Lucas Torreira (illness) are both available. Sokratis (twisted knee) is a major doubt. Chambers, Tierney and Soares all sidelined.#AFC #EFC
— Ben Dinnery (@BenDinnery) February 22, 2020