Arsenal: 5 players who will benefit from Premier League restart

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2. Bernd Leno

Bernd Leno is always eager to play. Watching the football resume in his home country will have made him motivated to get back on track, although his former club did unfortunately lose at the hands of Bayern recently.

Leno has been Arsenal’s most important player this season and he has always looked like the reason for the team picking up the points they have. Honestly, I dread to think where we would be without Leno. He’ll be more than excited to get back between the sticks in the most pivotal portion of Arsenal’s season.

1. Nicolas Pepe

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I sometimes feel like neutral fans and commentators can be harsh on Nicolas Pepe, but I suppose this is to be expected given his hefty price tag. Nobody can deny though, that his presence on the pitch is often positive, and he loves to dribble with the ball at his feet.

As bad as this may sound, I do feel like taking away the pressure of a crowd will immensely benefit Nicolas Pepe. Also, taking a break from all the media pressure will have given him time to rejuvenate and return to the player Arsenal signed him to be. I for one am excited to see more from him.

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Who are you most excited to see return to action?