Massive Boost For Arsenal As Ramsey Is Set For A Quick Return Ahead Of Major Clash!

aaron-ramsey-2Ramsey is set for a return to training today and has been tipped to feature in the much awaited FA Cup semi-final clash against Wigan.

The 23-year-old has been one of the stand-out performers in the Premier League this season and played a key part in helping the Gunners into a position to challenge for their first league crown since 2004 but was cut off half way into the season due to a thigh injury he picked up at West Ham on Boxing Day.

Initially the player was ruled out of action for between six and eight weeks, however, Ramsey then suffered the first of his two setbacks in his recovery process in training, which kept him sidelined for longer than first thought.

Ramsey again was hit by another delay in the recovery process, as boss Arsene Wenger revealed in the aftermath of the 2-2 draw against Swansea City at the Emirates.

Speaking ahead of the Man City game last month, Wenger said: “Ramsey is progressing well but we need to be patient for a few more weeks.”

”Ramsey is maybe two weeks. He’s had a setback.

“He’s had some scar tissue, then you have to slow down and the tendon is in a sensitive place. You always have to push but not too far”.

However recent reports according to the Mirror has revealed that the Welsh star is due to rejoin training today and has a chance of making the squad for the FA Cup semi final.

The in-form midfielder upon his injury has scored eight goals and made six assists this season before a thigh injury forced him on to the treatment table.

In my own opinion, it would be great to have Ramsey back, however due to his concurrent setbacks, i would rather the Arsenal medical team give the player a few more days to rest following his 4-months lack of active football. which goes to say that the player may be a bit rusty and shouldn’t be put under intense pressure to deliver such as that which the FA cup semi-final clash against Wigan brings.


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