Arsenal suffered a big injury blow during the World Cup as Gabriel Jesus sustained a bad knee injury.
The forward damaged ligaments in his knee and was expected to be out for three months, which remains the case.
But today, it has been revealed that the Brazilian has taken a big step towards returning for the Gunners.
Jesus injury latest
Gabriel Jesus is no longer using crutches, according to the Evening Standard.
The 26-year-old is making good progress and is now just wearing a full knee brace.
It is believed that he will be out for around three months, although the Gunners are keen not to put a timeframe on it and rush him back.
The player visited his teammates at half-time during the goalless draw with Newcastle United.
During Jesus’ absence, Eddie Nketiah has been leading the line for Mikel Arteta’s team, netting twice in three appearances.
His strike against West Ham has been nominated for the Premier League goal of the month.
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