Jesus is back and Trossard's flying, so who misses out in Arsenal's attack?

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Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta couldn’t keep the smile off his face when he was asked how he is going to keep all of his forwards happy following the long-awaited return of Gabriel Jesus. “It’s a great problem to have,” he laughed. “Believe me.”

And it’s no surprise that Arteta is feeling good about his attacking options right now, because it was only a couple of weeks ago that he was struggling to find the numbers for his frontline.

In the space of a few days he lost Eddie Nketiah and Leandro Trossard to injury, with the pair joining Jesus on the sidelines.

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But Arsenal welcomed back Jesus and Trossard at Fulham on Sunday, and Nketiah could return from his ankle problem after the international break. Suddenly, Arteta has real strength in depth up front, as was evident at Craven Cottage.

And he has players who can give him real flexibility in terms of where they can operate, too.