The match against Everton on Sunday will likely be too soon for either player to be involved in but the news will be a welcome boost to fans and club alike after a turbulent week.
That Ramsey will be back so soon, despite suffering his third hamstring injury of the season just two weeks ago during a 2-1 win over Leicester, is a big coup particularly given some reports at the time said he would be out for around a month.
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In their absence Arsenal have seen a midfield-duo of Francis Coquelin and Santi Cazorla that, whilst at times, has shown success – think back to the Man City game – but has also proved to be particularly flawed in terms of balance.
With Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain also recently returning from a long term lay-off, Arsenal may be able to rely on an almost full complement of midfielders sometime soon.
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‘Almost’ as Wenger also revealed that Mikel Arteta is still some weeks away despite picking up his injury in November, whilst Mathieu Debuchy also remains on the sidelines.