Aaron Ramsey injury latest: Arsenal midfielder out for further six week, reveals Arsene Wenger
The Wales international was arguably the best player in the Premier League in the first half of the season
Friday 31 January 2014
Midfielder Aaron Ramsey will be sidelined for up to six weeks with a thigh injury, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said.
The Wales international had been expected to return about now, but suffered a set-back in training before Arsenal's 2-2 draw with Southampton on Tuesday.
That result saw the Gunners relinquish top spot in the Premier League, and with Mathieu Flamini suspended for the next four matches - trying to regain it has been made all the harder with the latest update on Ramsey.
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