Arsenal player who is on loan to La Liga side Real Betis is reportedly back to full fitness after picking up his second injury of the season.
Though he has been recuperating well since last week when he returned to light training, he didn’t take part in full training until Thursday where he Joined the rest of his teammates in a full training session.
Despite partaking in the team’s training session on Thursday, Joe Campbell is said to be under close watch from Betis medical team so as to avoid any relapse of the injury. The medical team are also believed to be monitoring the 25-year-old forward to determine if he could return to action on Monday when the team tackle Levante.
Campbell is an Injury-prone player and that has limited his growth and mission to becoming one of the best strikers in the world. The player who broke into limelight during the 2014 World Cup in Brazil and many thought he would break into Wenger’s starting lineup but that wasn’t the case as he was immediately loaned out to Greek side Olympiakos and later loaned to Real Betis before the start of this season.
It is yet to be seen if Campbell could be given another chance to prove his qualities to Arsene Wenger at the Emirates in the upcoming season or if the Spanish outfits will hope to sign him permanently as they know what he’s capable of doing if fully fit.