Olivier Giroud is ahead of schedule and is set to return from injury weeks earlier than originally thought according Arsene Wenger…
Arsenal have received a timely injury boost as Arsene Wenger reveals Olivier Giroud is way ahead of Schedule and will return from injury much sooner than expected.
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Wenger believes the French forward will return well before 2015, despite originally claiming he would be out at least until the new year.
Wenger confirms Olivier Giroud three weeks ahead of schedule and is on course to return in 2014 after all #AFC
— Kevin Palmer (@kpsundayworld) October 31, 2014
Despite Giroud holding a love/hate relationship with Arsenal fans, it has been clear at times that the Gunners have missed the powerful target man. He offers something different up front that the London club don’t have in any of their other forwards, and his work rate is second perhaps only to new boy Alexis Sanchez.
Theo Walcott is also due to make his first start for the club in the coming weeks following a lengthy injury, so Arsene Wenger should soon have plenty of attacking options available.