Arsenal winger Serge Gnabry has resumed training with the first-team squad, after his loan spell with West Bromwich Albion was cut short.
The German was supposed to be with the Midlands side for at least a season, however, having failed to make an impact at the club, Arsene Wenger decided to bring him back to Arsenal.
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It’s likely that Gnabry will spend some time playing with the under-21s in order to gain some competitive football, but will likely be loaned out again, with Charlton Athletic and Brighton and Hove Albion the favourites to take him for the remainder of the campaign.
The ’emergency loan’ window is open to football league sides until the 24th March, meaning that Wenger has some time to decide where he wants to send the 20-year-old.
If Gnabry joins Charlton, he would link up with Yaya Sanogo, who joined the club after an unsuccessful spell with Ajax this season.