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Arsenal target Joshua Zirkzee now reacts after news coming out of the Emirates yesterday

Arsenal confirmed yesterday that Jurrien Timber has returned to training, and reported Gunners target Joshua Zirkzee has reacted to the news.

The Gunners have been in amazing form in the Premier League this year. They have been ripping teams to shreds, and to make things better, a number of their injured players are close to returning. Timber is one of them.
Joshua Zirkzee reacts after Arsenal confirm Jurrien Timber’s injury return

Arsenal signed Jurrien Timber from Ajax last summer in a deal worth £38 million (Sky Sports).

The Dutch international was brought in to fill more than one position. He was ‘on fire’ in pre-season for the Gunners, and it really did look like he would become one of the stars of the Premier League.
However, in the very first game of the campaign, Timber suffered a serious ACL injury. That has kept him out of action until now, but it looks like the wait is about to be over.

Arsenal welcomed Timber back to training yesterday at the Emirates Stadium. The 22-year-old took part in a session under Mikel Arteta ahead of their game against Sheffield United on Monday.

That is a massive boost for the Gunners, and a number of Timber’s teammates and friends showed their love for him on Instagram.
Fellow Dutchman Joshua Zirkzee, who has been linked with a move to Arsenal, replied with a heart-eyes emoji, as did Kai Havertz.

Reiss Nelson, on the other hand, commented: “My boyyyyy!”
This time, the Gunners are welcoming back many of their injured players, and Jurrien Timber is going to be like a brand new signing for Arsenal.

The Dutch international can play anywhere across the backline and in central midfield. He showed his class during pre-season for Arsenal and was fantastic in the Community Shield win over Manchester City as well.

The business end of the season is not too far away now, and Arsenal need all the help they can get if they are to go all the way in the Premier League and Champions League.

Timber’s return could make a serious difference in both competitions in the coming months.

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