Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey is 50-50 for their game against Swansea City, but Danny Welbeck is out.
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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger revealed that several of the club’s star players will miss Monday’s match with Swansea City while Aaron Ramsey has a 50-50 chance to play.
In an interview with Wenger on Arsenal’s official website, the longtime club manager addressed the injuries to Danny Welbeck, Mathieu Debuchy, Aaron Ramsey and the rest of the club ahead of the critical Monday matchup.
Regarding their star Aaron Ramsey, Wenger said that although he hasn’t trained this week, Ramsey will play again this season and has at least a chance to play against Swansea:
“From the Hull match we had Ramsey who took a big kick, he is getting slowly better. We have an uncertainty about him, he got a big knock on his fibula and we’ll see about that. Yes (he is 50/50). No (he hasn’t trained this week), not at all. He has not been out yet. (But yes) Ramsey will play again this season.”
As for Welbeck, Wenger said that he is progressing but won’t be ready for Swansea – though he should be available for the following game.
“He will play again this season. He had all the scans and medical checks, and there was nothing major, just an inflammation. For the weekend he will be certainly short but for the game after he should be alright.”
Wenger made it clear though that Debuchy is still out and had no timetable for his return.
“He is still out, he’s progressing but not available.”
The Arsenal manager added that Chamberlain and Arteta would not be available for the game against Swansea either.
Arsenal currently ranked 3rd overall in the Premier League Standings. After Monday’s home match against Swansea City, they have one final road game against Manchester United before a home stretch against Sunderland and West Bromwich Albion before facing Aston Villa for the FA Cup on May 30.