Arsene Wenger has confirmed that Aaron Ramsey is suffering from a hamstring problem after Arsenal’s draw away to the Saints.

Ramsey pulled up during Arsenal’s 1-1 draw away to Southampton on Sunday afternoon and hobbled his way through the final few minutes.

Wenger has now confirmed that the 26-year-old has hurt his hamstring. Therefore, I imagine he’ll probably be sidelined for the Gunners’ Premier League clash against West Ham at the London Stadium mid-week unless he experiences a miraculous recovery.

“Aaron Ramsey couldn’t play at the end,” Wenger said post-match. “He had a hamstring problem.”

The midfielder has only missed one game (Watford) through injury this season so it’ll be a blow not to have him conducting play. However, the silver lining is that we could see Jack Wilshere step in.

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Ramsey was one of Arsenal’s only decent players against Southampton, completing 50/53 passes (94%) and having three shots on target.

However, he didn’t play a single key pass. Therefore, perhaps it’s time that a more creative player, like Jack, has a go.

Obviously, most of us thought the 25-year-old would be replacing Granit Xhaka if he was going to have a run in the Premier League first team but here we are.

Knowing Wenger, he’ll stick on Francis Coquelin instead.

Hopefully Ramsey isn’t out for long. He’s a huge player for us when fit and we suffer when he’s not.