The Ghanian star suffered a cruciate ligament injury while on loan at Wolverhampton during the last campaign and was sidelined for 7 months.
Frimpong suffered the same type of injury on his other knee in 2010 but returned to action after 9 months which was late, compared to the present one.
Revealing via his Twitter account, he tweeted
Arsenal youngster, Chuks Aneke is set for another loan move to Crewe Alexandria after previous loan spells with Stevenage and Preston North End, scoring for the latter in his first game.
According to some sources, he is being lined up as a cover for injured Mathias Pogba but his wages had been an obstacle for the League One side.
Crewe's manager said,
"They are on a lot of money and we couldn’t quite pull it off. But I know (assistant manager) Steve Bould very well and we’re trying to negotiate it down. We are hopeful it will happen. We need cover and we are waiting to hear.
“Arsenal players are grounded very much like ours in terms of the way they play and they’d fit in with what we do.”
It looks as if the deal is almost done, with Yennaris sending him a goodluck message on Twitter.
“I will be back in full training with the squad on 17th on this month. Two cruciate knee injuries couldn’t end my career. It’s been a long 7 months.”
If all goes as planned, Frimpong should make a return in the Capital One Cup fixture against Coventry City on September 26 though Wenger won't be in a rush to to see him back in action.