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Emery unsure if muscular injury concludes Ramsey's time with Arsenal

La Liga correspondent Sid Lowe joins the panel to talk what kind of side Arsenal will be facing in Valencia in the Europa League semifinal.

Arsenal manager Unai Emery said Aaron Ramsey may be out for "some weeks" after he suffered an apparent hamstring injury in Thursday's Europa League quarterfinal win over Napoli.

The timeframe could mean the Wales international, who is bound for Juventus in the summer, has played his last match in a Gunners jersey.

"It is a muscular injury. Normally it will be some weeks out for him," Emery told BT Sport after Arsenal's 1-0 victory at Napoli.

Ramsey exited the match in the 34th minute, shortly before...

Aaron Ramsey, Lucas Torreira lead Arsenal's attack from midfield vs. Napoli

The openness of Arsenal's 2-0 victory over Napoli can be reflected by the fact that both sides will feel disappointed they did not get more out of this Europa League quarterfinal first leg. The home side had chances to extend their advantage and put the tie out of reach, while Napoli wasted presentable opportunities after recovering from a dreadful start.

But that it is advantage Arsenal, ahead of the return in Naples next Thursday, is due to the electric start they made to the contest and, in particular,...

Arsenal's Ramsey out of Wales qualifier against Slovakia with thigh problem

Paul Mariner and the FC panel agree that Arsenal kept their momentum going from their weekend win over Man United against a lacklustre Rennes side.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol explains what Arsenal will have to get right if they want to mount a comeback in their Europa League second leg against Rennes.

Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey has been ruled out of his country's first Euro 2020 qualifier at home to Slovakia on Sunday.

Arsenal's Ramsey, 28, has withdrawn from the squad and gone back to London after failing to recover from a thigh injury.

The Wales Twitter account said: "Ryan Giggs has confirmed that @aaronramsey has withdrawn from the @Cymru squad through injury and has returned to @Arsenal for treatment."

Manager Giggs told a news conference: "We have plan B and we have worked on it during...

Arsenal never used Ramsey in the right position - Juventus director Paratici

In an exclusive to ESPN FC, former Liverpool and Juve striker Ian Rush says Aaron Ramsey must go into Juventus thinking he's the best player in the world to succeed.
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Aaron Ramsey was not used in his best position at Arsenal and can offer Juventus something different when the midfielder joins them next season, the Italian club's director Fabio Paratici has said.

Ramsey, 28, is set to join Juventus on a four-year deal after signing a precontract agreement with the defending Serie A champions this week as his deal at Arsenal expires at the end of the season.

The Wales international has played in a number of midfield positions and also played as a wide forward...

Why Ramsey's a big risk -- or even reckless -- for Juventus at £250,000 or £400,000 a week

On Monday, Juventus officially confirmed the signing of Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey as a free agent from July 1, 2019. Ramsey issued his own, understandably emotional, statement via Twitter. (Arsenal were somewhat less effusive.)

Everybody knew it was coming, but what most did not expect was the number reported by the BBC on Monday evening. They put out that Ramsey would be making £400,000 a week in basic wages, which is roughly £20.8 million a season, or $26.8m. If that number was accurate,...

Juventus sign Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey on four-year deal

In an exclusive to ESPN FC, former Liverpool and Juve striker Ian Rush says Aaron Ramsey must go into Juventus thinking he's the best player in the world to succeed.
Wales manager Ryan Giggs expects to see an improved Aaron Ramsey if he seals a move from Arsenal to Juventus.

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is leaving the club after 11 seasons to join Juventus, the Serie A club said on Monday, with the Wales international signing a four-year contract.

The 28-year-old will join the Turin side in July and become the third Welshman to play for them after John Charles, who was there from 1957 to 1962, and Ian Rush who spent the 1987-88 campaign with the club.

Ramsey has made 256 Premier League appearances since joining Arsenal from Cardiff City in 2008 but he failed...