Jack Wilshere has revealed that he has suffered no serious damage after taking a heavy knock to his ankle in England’s 1-0 win over Denmark at Wembley yesterday evening, the Mail Online understands.
The Gunners midfielder needed lengthy treatment following a hefty challenge from Liverpool’s Daniel Agger and was replaced by Southampton’s Adam Lallana after an hour.
Arsenal legend Dennis Bergkamp has opened the door to a return to the club by saying that he ‘would definitely’ relish the opportunity to coach at the club, the Mail Online understands.
A statue of the former Dutch international, who made over 400 appearances in an eleven year spell with the Gunners, was unveiled outside of the Emirates Stadium at the weekend.
Sky Sports understands that Joel Campbell has revealed that he still has an ambition of making his mark with Arsenal, after scoring a wonder goal for Olympiakos in their 2-0 win over Manchester United in the first leg of their Champions League last sixteen tie yesterday evening.
The 21 year old joined the Gunners in the summer of 2011, but was immediately loaned out the French side Lorient for the season after failing to obtain a work permit to enable him to play in England.
A Jack Wilshere double inspired Arsenal to victory against Marseille at the Emirates yesterday evening, and all but secured their places in the knockout stages of the Champions League for a fourteenth season in succession.
The England international opened the scoring after just thirty seconds, before doubling the host’s advantage twenty minutes into the second half.
Arsenal are set to miss out on Brazil international Bernard, with the midfielder’s agent confirming that he is set to join either Porto or Shakhtar Dontesk, ESPN understands.
Reports in France had suggested that the 20 year old was due for a medical with the North London club, though Arsene Wenger moved to state that that wasn’t the case.