Aaron Ramsey will miss the next three weeks with a calf injury picked up early against Watford on Tuesday.
Aaron Ramsey managed to deflect a goal into his own net and suffer an injury inside of twenty minutes of Arsenal's 2-1 loss to Watford at the Emirates.
After Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's excellent start against Southampton in mid-week the identity of Francis Coquelin's partner in the base of midfield is in question.
Aaron Ramsey's latest hamstring issue appears to be behind him as he should be ready to feature in some form or fashion on Boxing Day against West Brom.
Aaron Ramsey will join Shkodran Mustafi, Per Mertesacker, Santi Cazorla, and Danny Welbeck in missing Arsenal's Week 17 trip to the Etihad to face Manchester City.
Aaron Ramsey and a mostly second string Arsenal side were swept aside by Southampton in the quarterfinals of the EFL Cup ending the club's run in that competition.
Aaron Ramsey has been back in training for a couple weeks now and, with Santi Cazorla struggling, could make his second start of the season against Sunderland.
Arsene Wenger indicated that Aaron Ramsey was still in the process of regaining fitness and wasn't ready to participate against Ludogorets on Wednesday.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger confirmed that midfielder Aaron Ramsey will continue to miss out due to a hamstring injury.
Arsene Wenger has indicated that Aaron Ramsey will definitely miss out on matches with Burnley and Basel before the international break.
After initially being ruled out for approximately a month, Arsene Wenger has indicated that Aaron Ramsey could miss an additional three weeks.
The loss to Liverpool in the opener at the Emirates has been further compounded by the news that Arsenal are facing their first injury crisis of the new season after just 90 minutes of play.
Aaron Ramsey and a clutch of other Arsenal stars could miss the Premier League opener against Liverpool following their summer exertions in France.
Wales made history by making its first-ever European championships this summer and now will add a first-place finish in the group to a growing list of accomplishments.