Arsene Wenger has revealed he could be tempted to bring Giroud, Ozil and Koscielny into the first team early.
The gunners had to do without the trio in their opening day loss to Liverpool. But could include them on Saturday, against Leicester City.
The three players were given extended breaks, after their exploits for Germany and France at the Euro 2016.
Wenger acknowledged the trio are still short of full match fitness, but revealed he could opt to take a risk on them for the trip to Leicester, with Koscielny in particular being considered due to the club’s injuries in central defence – Gabriel and Per Mertesacker are both out.
“Maybe I will take a gamble on bringing them back early but I have 48 hours to decide that,” said Wenger.
“It’s a bit early, I have three players who have not played for two-and-a-half months. Laurent is close to returning and if I have to take a gamble on one it is certainly on him.
“It’s very difficult. The clubs pay always for the fact the players play in this tournament. The Euro finished July 10, you started August 14. So what can you do?
“Do you give the player normal holiday and they aren’t ready, or they are mentally and physically jaded.
“The fact is I gave Koscielny a holiday at the start and Gabriel, Mertesacker, we lost the two of them.”
Arsenal fans will not have to wait too long for the return of Aaron Ramsey, who is out with a hamstring problem.
Wenger added: “Aaron Ramsey should be back after the international break. It is not a bad injury.”