The manager of Wales football national team Chris Coleman revealed his frustration over the persistent injury to Aaron.
Ramsey picked up a hamstring injury in Arsenal’s League opener against Liverpool and has since been sidelined. He was scheduled to return only after 4-5weeks by had a setback that has kept him on the sideline hitherto.
Speaking ahead of the international break, Coleman said:
‘I had an indication that he would only be out for three weeks when he initially did it, that was six weeks ago,’ said Coleman. ‘
So I don’t know now. I have had more information Sean (Connelly), our head physio who is liaising with Arsenal, that he has broken down in training. We have not yet been given a date on when he will definitely be back.
‘I can’t be sure he will be back for Serbia. I was sure in the last camp I would have him for this camp. It is frustrating. It is preventables.
‘I don’t know the exact history of what he has been doing the last six weeks. Our physio will get more information. So it is hard to comment on whether he was pushed too hard or not enough. I don’t know exactly what has happened.
‘The disappointment is we expected him to be here. Last week I got a phonecall and email from Sean, saying he had broken down. That came from Arsenal.’
Ramsey’s fitness has been an issue of friction between club and country since the summer when the midfielder was picked by Wenger for the Liverpool match despite having been with Wales up to the semi-finals of Euro 2016.