The Gunners defender has been struggling with injury but is back in training for Unai Emery and co.
A number of Arsenal fans have taken to Twitter to comment on Konstantinos Mavropanos' impressive goal for the Gunners in training, which the Premier League club proudly showed off on their social media feed.
The 21-year-old defender and Greece Under-21 international joined the Emirates Stadium from PAS Giannina in January 2018, but injury has seen him make just seven first team appearances in his 19 months with the North London club (Football London).
Mavropanos has missed the start of the season with a groin injury similar to the one that kept him out of most of 2018-19, but has recently returned to action playing for the Under-21s in the games against Leicester City and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
He now seems very much on the mend and, on their Twitter channel, Arsenal shared the following clip of his superb curling effort after getting the better of Matteo Guendouzi:
Here is some of the reaction from the Arsenal faithful on social media:
When is he starting? Suddenly we have so many options in that position so it is time to start easing Papa and Luiz out.— Chuky Unadulterated (@ChukyUnfazed) October 5, 2019
Send Mavro on loan to bremen for 6 months— Invincibles49 (Different Knock FC) (@BadboysLacaAuba) October 5, 2019
He needs to play regulaely to improve his game
Omg he’s alive— Adeeb (@_____adeeb) October 5, 2019
Can't wait to actually see him play— Phil Shepherd (@TheAsgardian) October 5, 2019
Play him and Holding ...its the best partnership we have so far .— Shaban khamiisi (@skhamiisi) October 5, 2019
oh he exists— Felix Herbst (@FelixTweetsNow) October 5, 2019
Hope he stays fit and has a big impact— Obinna Chijindu (@Oby_4T) October 5, 2019
Mavropanos > Sokratis, Luiz— Łukasz (@iamtheluka) October 5, 2019
Let’s do it again this weekend— Temitope Durotoye (@TemiDurotoye) October 5, 2019
Up next for Arsenal is Sunday's Premier League meeting with Bournemouth at the Emirates Stadium.
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