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Five things we noticed from Arsenal training as Mikel Arteta’s side return

Arsenal continued their group training today with Mikel Arteta keeping a tabs on proceedings with players adhering to strict social distancing rules.

It is hoped that the Premier League can return next month with teams ramping up their preparations ahead of the final weeks of the season.

The Gunners were back at London Colney on Friday, honing their skills with boss Arteta showing his players what he wants from them.

The likes of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Mesut Ozil, David Luiz and Bernd Leno were all seen getting a sweat on and Daily Star Sport noted five interesting points from the session.

Mikel Arteta led the way as Arsenal trained on Friday
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Not so warm after all

Despite the south of England still basking in warm temperatures, it seems that Arsenal’s players and management weren’t so warm.

The likes of Arteta and Mesut Ozil were seen wearing long sleeves with the boss even donning a coat.

Perhaps it’s a way for players to sweat off the extra weight that may have been piled on in lockdown.

Mesut Ozil opted for the long sleeved top
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Aubameyang hair

It seems to be the trend for players to have grown their hair out while being tied to lockdown with Ashley Young and N’Golo Kante both showing full heads of hair this week.

And Arsenal ace Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was the latest to show off a crazy hairstyle, a lot longer than we are used to from the Gabonese striker.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s hair was a lot more wild than we are used to
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Pepe’s still got it

Nicolas Pepe signed for the Gunners last summer and came with a reputation of having plenty of skills in the locker as well as an abundance of pace.

And the Ivorian speedster proved he’s still got the skills, being pictured balancing the ball on the back of his neck while appearing to do plenty of keepy-ups.

Impressive and helps keep up his close ball control.

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