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According to a report from the Telegraph, Arsenal midfielder, Aaron Ramsey will miss Saturday’s clash with Swansea after he was ruled out for three weeks due to a hamstring injury during our season opener game with Liverpool.
The midfielder is yet to feature for the Gunners for over two months and was expected to comeback at the start of September but he suffered a setback after feeling pain.
The report further state Ramsey has returned back to full training but is likely to be named in the squad for Weekend’s clash.
However, it is believed the Welsh international will be available for our clash with Ludogorets in the Champions League next Wednesday but it all depends on his progree over the coming days.
But there have been some good news as Francis Coquelin is expected to return back to action this weekend after been sidelined due to a knee injury he suffered during our clash against Chelsea last month.
There is no doubt the Gunners have the perfect replacement already in that position should Ramsey and Coquelin fail to return back to full fitness with Mohammed Elneny and new Granit Xhaka and Santi Cazorla are fit for that position.