Arsenal have received some good news ahead of the planned Premier League return following Callum Chambers' return to training.
The England international has been sidelined for five months now with a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee, which he picked during December's game against Chelsea.
He however seems in line to make a comeback soon, after stepping up his rehabilitation by taking part in an outdoor session at London Colney.
He was initially sidelined until the end of the 2019/20 season, but just like other players who were out injured, the coronavirus pandemic has offered him a rare chance to perhaps feature in a few of the remaining games.
Coach Mikel Arteta has further been boosted by the return of Cedric Soares, who was signed on loan from Southampton in January.
The defender was yet to feature for the London side, having arrived with an injury. He however revealed he is fully fit and ready for action.
The club continued with its routine training ahead of the planned Premier League return, in yet another all familiar social-distancing session.
The players are strictly following government guidelines, they all bring their own kit, boots, and water bottles with them each day.