Iwobi Among Three Nigerians Involved In Arsenal Training Session Pre-Leicester CityPublished: October 21, 2018
In-form Premier League side Arsenal held their final training session on Sunday at London Colney ahead of tomorrow evening's tie against Leicester City at the Emirates Stadium.
Alex Iwobi has returned to the Gunners after international duty with the Super Eagles and was sighted training with other first-teamers.
The Hale End Academy product would make his sixth Premier League appearance of the 2018-19 season if he gets to feature against the Foxes.
Arsenal youth-team guru Jeorge Bird has reported that two other players of Nigeria descent in the shape of goalkeeper Arthur Okonkwo and left-back Tolaji Bola were involved in today's workout.
However, the two teenagers are unlikely to make their first team debut or be included in the 18-man squad against Leicester City.
Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfred Ndidi are available for selection to face the Gunners, who have won nine games on the spin in all competitions.
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