Aaron Ramsey was very impressive for the gunners in the North London Derby after he was brought into that game as a substitute in the second half. The Wales international made two assists into that game and this changed the thoughts of Arsenal fans that believed that he should not be offered a new deal.
Aaron Ramsey’s performance against Tottenham Hotspur earned him a starting spot in the starting eleven of Arsenal that played against Manchester United but unfortunately for the Wales international, he played only 45 minutes and couldn’t go on after he got injured right before the referee blew the whistle for halftime. The gunners will be hoping that he doesn’t miss many matches and the last released team news of Arsenal said that he will be assessed before their match this weekend.
Arsenal will on Saturday welcome Huddersfield Town at the Emirates Stadium and Unai Emery held a pre-match press conference on Thursday and he gave the latest crucial news about the injury of Aaron Ramsey.
“It’s a different injury. It’s smaller than Rob’s. Today it’s very early because this morning we have been working, but with the players who didn’t play yesterday.” Unai Emery told Arsenal Player.
“Tomorrow we’ll train before the game on Saturday and that’s the moment you can know if the players will be OK or not for Saturday.”
Arsenal boss Unai Emery will be hoping that Aaron Ramsey misses at least one match because he will need everyone to stay fit in this tiresome December schedule which will see them play many matches in a short period of time.
Aaron Ramsey will too hope to get back soon because he has worked hard to show the club that he deserves a new contract and maybe to showcase his talents to the clubs interested in him.
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