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Aaron Ramsey’s Arsenal career could be set for premature end

Has Ramsey played his final game for Arsenal?

Aaron Ramsey could have played his final game for Arsenal after the Welshman suffered a serious-looking injury during the clash with Napoli.

The Gunners travelled to Naples in hope of securing their place in the Europa League quarter-finals.

After securing a two-goal lead on aggregate following the first leg at the Emirates, Arsenal just needed one away goal to make things very difficult for their Italian opponents.

Safe to say, they did just that.

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LONDON, ENGLAND – APRIL 11: Aaron Ramsey of Arsenal celebrates scoring his teams first goal of the game during the UEFA Europa League Quarter Final First Leg match between Arsenal and S.S.C. Napoli at Emirates Stadium on April 11, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)

Lacazette stunner seals Arsenal’s place in semi’s

Unai Emery set Arsenal up perfectly to deal with the threat of Napoli and they particularly impressed in the first half.

The Gunners carved Napoli open several times and looked solid in defence too.

Though, they did have to wait until the 36th minute to make the breakthrough.

Alexandre Lacazette scored an incredible free-kick, meaning that Napoli would need to score four goals to go through.

Even for the Italian giants that was too big of an ask and Arsenal’s march to the final continued, securing a 3-0 aggregate win.

However, the Gunners suffered a huge blow during the match which could have huge implications in their hopes of winning the tournament.

Ramsey’s season could be over

That’s because Aaron Ramsey’s Arsenal career could have come to a sombre end.

The Welshman will join Italian giants Juventus on a free transfer in the summer after failing to agree a new contract with Arsenal.

Despite that, Ramsey has been one of Arsenal’s key players in recent weeks and has been incredibly important in the Gunners’ Europa run.

Though, Ramsey suffered a serious looking hamstring injury during the game against Napoli on Thursday.

The midfielder went down looking in some serious pain.

With only around a month left of the current campaign, it would need to be some recovery if he is to play again for Arsenal.

Should he not play again, Arsenal would be at a huge disadvantage in all remaining competitions considering his performances in recent weeks.


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