Arsenal are in no doubt that Aaron Ramsey will be fit to play against Rafael Benitez's men after an injury scare on international duty, per the London Evening Standard.
Ramsey sustained a thigh injury in Wales training, leaving him absent from his side's Euro 2020 qualifier against Slovakia.
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According to the report, the Gunners star has already returned to his club for treatment and could be fit to feature against the Magpies.
Arsenal are hopeful that the midfielder has merely sustained tightness in his thigh instead of a tear or a strain.
The Gunners face the Magpies on Monday evening and are currently in Dubai for warm-weather training.
They face Al-Nasr in a friendly on Tuesday but Ramsey will certainly be absent from that game.
The 28-year-old has been in exceptional form for Arsenal in recent weeks, reminding the club of his abilities ahead of his move to Juventus in the summer.
Newcastle United have lost just one of their last five outings, beating the likes of Everton and Burnley.
A win over Unai Emery's men would be both a scalp and a major boost; Emery having Ramsey back helps to purge that possibility.
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