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Having a very thrashing hamstring injury on Arsenal opening match day 4-0 defeat to Liverpool, Aaron Ramsey is now said to have returned to training with Arsenal according to the Daily Telegraph.
The Wales suffered a serious pain when he tried to return to training but it was decided that he should take more time and be careful approach to his recovery.
While his recovery has been prolonged, the likes of Santi Cazorla, Granit Xhaka, and Franis Coquelin as not made Arsenal feel his absence as they have been doing more than adequate job in absence.
Another absentee in the squad is Francis Coquelin, who is now back in full first-team training and will now content to regain his first-team spot with Arsenal.
While Coquelin’s injury was only a minor knock, Ramsey is unlikely to be rushed back. The Welshman played in the Euros over the summer and then missed much of Arsenal’s pre-season, therefore he will not play against Swansea and is unlikely to feature against Ludogorets Razgrad next Wednesday.
Indeed Wilson concludes that the Capital One Cup quarter-final against Reading is a more plausible date for his return.