Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong is closing on a return and could be playing football again by the end of this month.
The Ghanaian midfielder has been out of action since February when he ruptured his cruciate ligaments while on loan at Wolves. However, with the youngster expected to return by the end of this month, Arsene Wenger would be a relieved man as the long term absentees finally seem to be available for selection again.
‘I will be back in full training with the squad on 17th on this month,’ Frimpong said on Twitter.
‘Two cruciate knee injuries couldn’t end my career. It’s been a long seven months.’
The former England U 17 international also recently got involved in a twitter row after having made derogatory remarks towards north London rivals Tottenham Hotspur.
Jack Wilshere is also expected to be back to full fitness by October while Abou Diaby is already off to a delightful start ever since returning from injury.