Mesut Ozil is back in Arsenal training ahead of key Premier League fixtures against Liverpool and Tottenham.
The midfielder is yet to feature this season after being the victim of an attempted carjacking alongside teammate Sead Kolasinac last month.
The 2019-20 Premier League season has had two games to show us what we can expect, so we have some wild predictions based on what we have learned so far.
Only VAR can stop Manchester City's title march
Permit us to jump ahead to the final day of the Premier League season on May 17: Manchester City have hogged 78% of the possession against Norwich, while raining in 30 shots on goal. Victory will seal them the title and they need it, with Liverpool cruising home against an already-relegated Newcastle.
The son of Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke has said that the club's heavy spending at the end of the transfer window was not due to pressure from supporter's groups earlier this summer.
Kroenke, and the Kroenke Sports & Entertainment (KSE) company that owns Arsenal, was criticised by club supporters' groups in July in a two-page letter that labelled the American billionaire "passive" and "absent" and claimed that he was using the club as an "investment vehicle."