Aubameyang joins the training. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will be fit to face Chelsea in Sunday’s big game. After returning to practice.
Aubameyang, as well as Alexandre Lacazette, missed the opening match of Arsenal’s 2-0 defeat to freshman Brentford, who initially had news that they were both ill pair. Before it was later officially confirmed to be infected with COVID-19
Arsenal have confirmed that Aubameyang’s latest test has been negative or not. That made it back to join the team again and practiced fully on Saturday. It has a high chance to get on the field in the big match against Chelsea on Sunday, August 22.
While Lacazette, Brazilian winger Willian and reserve goalkeeper Alex Runarsson.
Aside from Aubameyang, who trained, Brazilian defender Gabriel Magalles has also recovered from injury. But not ready for the London battle Derby match this Sunday.
New signing Martin Odegaard has yet to help the team due to incomplete visa documents. But new goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale is available after training with the team.