Arsene Wenger has given a positive update on Aaron Ramsey’s condition.
The young midfielder was having an inspiring run in the first-team when a clash with Ryan Shawcross ended his camapign at Stoke City last season.
Impressively, the 19-year-old began walking unaided less than a month after his severe leg injury and was witnessed at the Emirates Stadium during Arsenal’s ‘lap of appreciation’ after the win over Fulham on the final day of the season.
With all talks about Cesc Fabregas at the moment, Arsenal’s other gifted central midfielder had been forgotten, but Arsene Wenger has revealed that Aaron Ramsey is doing just fine and Wales’ No. 10 will certainly play a football match again next season.
“He started to have a very little jog last week but no ball work as of yet. Short term he will not be available, he will be available again this season but if he is back in November he will have done well. Let’s count three months from today.”