Arsène Wenger has revealed the latest team news ahead of the Norwich game:

on the international break...
We have had some bad news because we have lost two full-backs over the break but apart from that all the players came back in good shape and everybody is available.

on Kieran Gibbs...
He has a hernia and had surgery on Thursday. He looks like he will be out for between four and five weeks. At first he had an abdominal strain, certainly caused by the fact that he had a hernia already. When the strain was healed we discovered that he had a hernia. We had a fear that could be behind it so we decided to do the surgery.

on Carl Jenkinson...

Carl has a stress fracture in his back. That's just about rest now. We discovered that because he had a pain in his back. First you monitor it, then play a little bit and then you check again because you are cautious.

We found a small stress fracture that we noticed at an early stage. If he continued to play it could have got worse and then he could be out for a long time. So at the moment the specialist has decided to rest him.

on Jack Wilshere...

We have no chance to get Wilshere back before the New Year. The only positive thing is the X-ray after six weeks - which was a vital one - and looked very positive and very good. So he will be on time and as planned. His surgery went well, his healing is going well, but still there is no chance before the middle or end of January.

on Abou Diaby and Marouane Chamakh...
They are both back in full training again. Diaby has been out for four or five months so he will need some adaptation. Chamakh is available for the weekend.

on Ryo...
He has an ankle sprain and will be out four to six weeks.

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