Arsenal Player, Gabriel Martinelli has given update concerning his knee injury which has kept him away for 7 months now.
According to the Brazilian forward, he is “feeling very well” and looks to bring the seven-month injury-enforced absence at Arsenal to a close.
It is no more news that the top rated footballer has been out of action since March 2.
Martinelli was laid low shortly after an FA Cup outing against Portsmouth, with a knee problem keeping him stuck on the sidelines.
Mikel Arteta was unable to call upon the talented 19-year-old after Project Restart, meaning that the South American starlet missed out on an FA Cup triumph.
He was also denied the chance to figure in a successful Community Shield clash with Liverpool or any of Arsenal’s early fixtures in 2020-21.
Martinelli who is obviously very much part of Arsenal’s future plans signed a new contract with the Gunners over the summer.
He hopes to come back into contention before the turn of the year, with a positive update offered on his recovery from a long-term complaint.
Martinelli told Arsenal Player:
“I’m feeling very well, I’m regaining confidence and I can feel my knee is better.
“After an injury like this you are kind of scared to force the knee again but the past couple of weeks it has been fine and soon I can start training with the ball.
“I think we have an excellent squad and along with Mikel’s forward-thinking and winning mentality we can carry on doing well.
“We are playing well and training well, everyone wants to win and we are all giving everything. I believe this season is very promising.
“We won trophies last season and I believe we can win this season again and also qualify for the Champions League.”