Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has admitted he’s worried over the extend of Aaron Ramsey’s injury, reports Sky
The Welsh international recently came off in Arsenal’s 2-1 win against Leicester City, and is now expected to be out of action for at least the rest of the month. Ramsey has suffered a lot of injuries over the last 18 months, and his manager is starting to grow concerned as a result.
“It is his third hamstring injury this season. Last year it was a thigh injury but this year it’s a recurrence of hamstrings. You cannot say it’s not a worry because after a while the player doesn’t play with the freedom in the mind,” said Wenger.
Aaron Ramsey has endured a difficult campaign, with questionable form as well as a lack of goals compared to 2013/14. The former Cardiff City man was a key player the London side’s FA Cup win and top-four finish in the Premier League, but he’s spent lengthy periods out of the side, and just cannot get any momentum.
Ramsey is undergoing tests with the club’s medical team to get to the bottom of his injury recurrences. The 24-year-old was out for three weeks with his first hamstring injury in September, and spent five weeks out in December with the same injury. Now, two months later, and it’s happened again.
Think you know your football? Share your knowledge, tips and comments to win cash prizes in OLBG’s tipster competition – £11,000 to be won monthly!