gabriel's injury scare turns into fitness boost for arsenal as he trains with brazil and prepares to face peru

Arsenal Breathe a Sigh of Relief as Gabriel Trains with Brazil After Injury Scare

Arsenal fans can breathe a sigh of relief as Gabriel Magalhaes has returned to training with the Brazilian national team after suffering an injury scare during their recent victory over Bolivia. The defender looks set to face Peru, providing a much-needed fitness boost for the Gunners.

Gabriel, who joined Arsenal from Lille in the summer, was forced off the pitch in the 39th minute of Brazil’s 5-0 win against Bolivia in the World Cup qualifiers. The 22-year-old appeared to be in discomfort as he left the field, raising concerns about his availability for upcoming matches.

However, the latest update from the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) confirms that Gabriel has resumed training with the national team. This news will come as a relief to Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta, who has been impressed with Gabriel’s performances since his arrival at the club.

Gabriel’s return to training suggests that his injury is not serious and that he should be available for selection when Brazil takes on Peru in their next World Cup qualifier. This will be a significant boost for Arsenal, as Gabriel has quickly established himself as a key player in their defense.

The Gunners have had a mixed start to the Premier League season, and the presence of Gabriel in the backline has been crucial to their defensive stability. His partnership with David Luiz has shown promise, and Arteta will be hoping that Gabriel’s injury scare is nothing more than a minor setback.

Arsenal fans will be eagerly awaiting further updates on Gabriel’s condition, but for now, they can take comfort in the fact that he is back in training with Brazil. The Gunners will be hoping that he returns to London fit and ready to continue his impressive form in the Premier League.

Resource link: For more information on Gabriel’s injury scare and his return to training, visit the official website of the Brazilian Football Confederation: [](

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