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Wenger Reveals New Injury Concern + Attacker Will Return vs Man Utd
Arsene Wenger has confirmed that Aaron Ramsey could miss the Swansea game due to a leg injury but Danny Welbeck will return to face Manchester United next weekend.
Ramsey suffered his latest injury during our victory over Hull City earlier this week but he was able to continue and played a key role in our 3-1 win having scored and picked up an assist.
However, the Welshman has been unable to train so far this week and the boss says he’s now a major doubt for Monday’s clash with Swansea.
If the midfielder is ruled out, he’ll join Welbeck on the sidelines as the attacker is still recovering from a knee injury that’s seen him miss the last two matches.
But the good news is Danny’s injury isn’t serious and Arsene is confident he’ll be fit to return against former side Man Utd next Sunday.
After holding his pre-match press conference this morning, Arsene told Arsenal.com:
From the Hull match we had Ramsey who took a big kick, he is getting slowly better. We have an uncertainty about him, he got a big knock on his fibula and we’ll see about that. Yes [ he is 50/50]. No [he hasn't trained this week], not at all. He has not been out yet. [But yes] Ramsey will play again this season.
He will play again this season. He had all the scans and medical checks, and there was nothing major, just an inflammation. For the weekend he will be certainly short but for the game after he should be alright.