Ramsey will help from sidelines, says Arsenal boss
Ramsey will help from sidelines, says Arsenal boss

Ramsey will help from sidelines, says Arsenal boss

Arsenal boss Unai Emery says Aaron Ramsey will still help the club from the sidelines after suffering a season-ending injury.

The Wales international, who will be joining Juventus on a  free transfer suffered hamstring strain during Arsenal’s 1-0 win over Napoli. Emery revealed that Ramsey and goalkeeper Petr Cech who is retiring at the end of the season will have a positive impact on the side in the final home game of the season against Brighton.

“He is an Arsenal supporter, but he is finishing his moment here. Sunday is the last match at home and he is going to be helping us. Although not playing because of his injury, his spirit is good for us. Also, Petr Cech is going to finish his career as a player," said Unai Emery

“First we will try to win, and after some players can have their moment because they are important in the present and in Arsenal’s history.”

The Gunners who are fifth on the log will play their final Premier League home match against Brighton before travelling to Turf Moor to entertain Burnley in the final game of the season.

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