Arsenal winger Bukayo Saka has resumed full training ahead of the club's Europa League second leg quarter-finals on Thursday.
Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who missed the club's 3-0 victory against Sheffield United due to illness will continue to be assessed. Defender David Luiz, who underwent a successful small procedure on his right knee and is in rehabilitation.
Midfielder Emile Smith-Rowe will be available for selection on Thursday after recovering from a sprain to his left ankle he sustained in the first leg.
Here is the medical report from Arsenal;
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang: Auba continues to be assessed ahead of Thursday’s match regarding his availability.
David Luiz: (Right knee) - As announced last week, David underwent a successful small procedure on his right knee and is rehabilitating with the medical team. David is expected to be back to full fitness and available for selection in the upcoming weeks.
Martin Odegaard: (Right ankle.) - Martin has been experiencing discomfort to his right ankle since being on international duty. Martin missed the first leg against Slavia Prague last Thursday and Sunday’s match against Sheffield United. He continues to be assessed ahead of Thursday’s match regarding his availability.
Bukayo Saka - Bukayo is in full training and available for selection.
Emile Smith Rowe : (Left ankle.) - Emile has recovered from a sprain to his left ankle sustained during the first leg against Slavia Prague last Thursday. Emile is now back in full training and available for selection.
Kieran Tierney : (Left knee.) - Kieran sustained ligament damage to his left knee during the match against Liverpool on April 3. As announced earlier in the week, surgery will not be required and it’s hoped that Kieran will be back in full training within four to six weeks.