Gunners to launch move for Dybala, Djed Spence back on radar, Ramsdale REVEALS Saka’s transfer role

Hello, Arsenal fans

Bukayo Saka could return for Arsenal to Crystal Palace after recovering from Covid.

But Aaron Ramsdale looks set to sit out for the trip to south London on Monday night.

However, Mikel Arteta has revealed he has made a strong recovery so he could feature at Selhurt Park.

Ramsdale sat out the 1-0 win at Aston Villa before the international break due to a hip injury.

And it looks like Bernd Leno will keep his place in the squad with the questionable first-choice goalkeeper still not fully fit.

Arteta said yesterday: “Bukayo is feeling good, he is training today hopefully if he still feels like yesterday.

“I don’t know how much he would have played [for England]sometimes when a player is having a good time, you don’t want to stop him.

“It’s like that, he had the Covid, we had to take him out of the national team. He had time to rest and recover and he will try again in the next few days to get back to the form he was in.

The Spaniard added: “Aaron is a doubt, he still doesn’t feel well, he hasn’t trained yet and we don’t know what he will be able to do on Monday.

“He wanted to play against Villa but it was a serious injury. He had to take his time.

“The physios are doing everything to make him available but we will see in the next few days when he starts doing real training.”

James T. Quintero