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Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin is prepared for comeback in time for the Hull city clash on Saturday.
An MRI scan was carried out on the Spaniard following a head-on collision with Marcos Alonso at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.
Bellerin would be returning to the Emirates for training after being cleared fit by the medical team, and he is back in contention to play against Hull City.
This go against the Football Association rules which states that a player cannot play again within 14 days of suffering a serious head injury.
But the Gunners medical staff has confirmed the scan result to be favorable and not as frightful as thought.
Arsene Wenger revealed after the match that due to concussion, Bellerin could not even recall the score after hobbling off the field.
The club doctor Gary O’Driscoll, who was a regular consultant in drawing up new Premier League guidelines on head injuries would keep an eye on Bellerin.
The full back’s return would be a blessing to Arsenal as they hope to return to their winning ways having lost two League games consecutively.