Granit Xhaka ready to return for Arsenal with Unai Emery’s blessing

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Emery has come under heavy pressure since Arsenal fell nine points adrift of the Champions League qualification spot after a 2-0 defeat by Leicester before the global break.

It is a noticeable softening of stance from Emery, who said before the worldwide break that he did not know whether the midfielder would play for Arsenal again and admitted the club had discussed selling him in January.

"He's coming back better", the Spaniard said in his Friday press conference. His mindset is better and this morning I have a very good conversation with him, ' said Emery.

"My objective is going to be [to use] his comeback to help us, and to convince every supporter of his commitment with us and [that] his performances will be better, and they will be proud of him in the long or short future with us".

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"We know that we only have a chance to defeat them if we are very well balanced and if we get back to the basic fundamentals of our game, what made it different at the beginning of the season when we won away".

Emery gave no guarantee that Xhaka would feature against the Saints.

"I think we had a good atmosphere in the sessions and also in the game". He wants to come back with the confidence of the supporters.

Emery has previously indicated he is unsure on the future of Xhaka at Arsenal, stating: "as a coach I have a responsibility for the team".

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