The Switzerland worldwide was stripped of the captaincy after he swore at his own fans having been substituted midway through the second half of last month's Premier League match.
Xhaka has said ongoing social media abuse aimed at his family was one of the reasons behind his furious reaction to fans in the game against Palace.
The Saints were beaten 2-1 at home by Everton before the global break as their miserable run of form continued.
Xhaka told Emery last time out that he was not yet in the right frame of mind to play but has now informed Swiss broadcaster SRF he is open to returning - which is against the wish of most Gooners.
"I've (had) a very good conversation with him".
"My objective is going to be his comeback to help us and convince every supporter of his commitment with us and his performances will be better and they will be proud of him in the short or long future with us.
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The outage has stemmed the flow of videos shared on social media of demonstrations or associated acts of violence. At least 100 banks and 57 shops had been set on fire, and about 1,000 people had been arrested, it added.
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Friends said Berhow could be introverted but he had a girlfriend and a good social network focused on his cross-country teammates. In a statement, Bryan and Cindy Muehlberger said they shared the news of their daughter's death with "unexplainable brokenness".
That is good for us", said Hasenhuttl, whose side were thrashed 9-0 at home by Leicester during their slump.
"Above all we need to connect with our supporters by playing better, being in control of the game for 90 minutes with our personality and characteristics, and we haven't done this at the Emirates. We need a player like Xhaka but also I don't know if he's going to play again".
"He's feeling better and also he's feeling his team is Arsenal now and he wants to regain the confidence of our supporters", Emery told reporters.
Last month there were suggestions that Arsenal had lined up José Mourinho to replace the under-pressure Emery, only for the club to publicly back their head coach and Mourinho to surface at Spurs on Wednesday.
"We have to have a good trigger after we lose the ball, we have to win it back immediately. I don't know why exactly the real reason is for doing that, but they have their way and we have our way and then we are going to battle in our moments".