Part of our biggest undoing in previous seasons has been the severity of injuries sustained by our key players, which sometimes turn out to be a result of rushing the players back instead of easing them into the team.
We now have a large squad and Arsene Wenger is taking no chances with players that are returning from injury lay-offs.
Midfielder Aaron Ramsey has been sidelined for up to two months with a hamstring injury. He is now back in full training but will not be taking part in Arsenal’s Champions League clash with Ludogrets.
Reports according to the Daily Star via The Sun claims Ramsey will sit out the game with Wenger wary of any gambles on his players this term.
We currently have a plethora of midfielders at the club and this has aided in this decision.
The Gunners currently sit top of Group A after taking four points from their opening two games against Paris St-Germain and Basel.
Ramsey made 31 Premier League appearances last season, bagging five goals and assisting four in the process.