Jack Wilshere, Rob Holding, Hector Bellerín and Calum Chambers have all rejoined the rest of the Arsenal squad in training.

The trio of defenders have all returned from their time away with their countries, playing in the U21 European Championships earlier in the summer – although Holding didn’t make an apperance. Chambers and Holding are having light training.

Wilshere, coming back from a calf bone injury, has taken part in full training too, reports Arsenal.com. The England midfielder has been linked with a move away from the club and him training away from the rest of the group probably fuelled these rumours.

A decision will be made on what Arsenal are looking to do with the 25-year-old. As for the rest of the quartet who have come back into training, Hector Bellerin is set to stay and should be first-choice at right wing-back.

Rob Holding will be eased back into action after being given a late summer holiday, as will Calum Chambers who racked up a lot of games in the Premier League and U21 European Championships.

It’s good news to see Wilshere back in training as he’ll have one more chance to prove his worth to manager Arsene Wenger that he’s worth retaining. His deal is up next summer so this season could be his last at the Emirates.