The Wales international was substituted early in the second half of last Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Tottenham Hotspur at Emirates Stadium.
The French manager, whose side travel to Chelsea on Sunday, has reiterated his belief that the Welshman will be out for just about a month.
Speaking at Friday’s press conference, he said:
I’ve been told he could be out for three to four weeks, so I count four.
— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) October 3, 2014
The 23 year old hasn’t always been among Arsene Wenger’s most valued gems, but a meteoric surge to form during the 2013-14 season highlighted his importance to the team and the expectations upon Ramsey to perform this term were substantially higher. The Gunners had to endure more than three months of the last season without the Welshman, but their early successes were ultimately for nothing, with Ramsey’s absence taking its toll on the side.
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The former Cardiff City man has had to endure difficult times with injury since moving to the Emirates Stadium, a broken leg suffered against Stoke City in 2010 being the worst of his ailments. However, the midfielder has thus far bounced back from all obstacles thrown in his path and Wenger will be hoping to see much of the same after this latest setback.
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