Aaron Ramsey is a doubt for Monday’s game against Swansea at the Emirate’s as he recovers from the kicking he took from Tom Huddlestone.

Tottenham’s former oaf hit Ramsey late during the game against Hull on Monday night, driving his studs hard into the Welshman’s leg.

Unable to shake off the knock, Ramsey was replaced with 25 minutes of the game remaining. After the match, Arsene Wenger confirmed that the midfielder had some swelling due to the impact and now, as he sits out training, he could miss out against the Swans.

“From the Hull match we had Ramsey who took a big kick,” Wenger told Arsenal.com “He is getting slowly better. He could be back in training soon.”

With Jack Wilshere returning to action at the KC he could get the nod although had Danny Welbeck been fit he would probably have started out on the right.

Wenger could also opt to use Theo Walcott.

Haha only joking.

SOURCEArsenal
Previous articleOne step at a time
Next articleInjury update: Danny Welbeck not ready for return
Writer. Feminist. Dreamer. Gooner. Owner of DailyCannon.com, writing about Arsenal since 2008. Sometimes found in the Guardian, Vice.com & elsewhere talking queer issues, politics & football. If in doubt, assume sarcasm.