Aaron Ramsey was substituted with an injury during the game against Napoli, and early reports suggest that he might have played his last game for Arsenal.
The Welsh midfielder started in the second leg for Arsenal against Napoli.
However, his stay at the pitch was cut short after he suffered from an injury near the 30th-minute mark. Ramsey was eventually substituted for Henrikh Mkhitaryan.
It was now been reported that the midfielder could’ve played his last game for Arsenal.
Here’s the full report:
Aaron Ramsey’s last game for Arsenal?
BBC has reported that Aaron Ramsey has suffered from a suspected hamstring injury which could take four to six weeks to recover.
The Welshman will be leaving Arsenal at the end of the season, as a contract with Juventus has already been agreed upon. Ramsey has signed a four-year contract with the Turin-based side.
The midfielder signed for Arsenal in 2008 and has since been a key player for the Gunners.
This season, he stepped up for Unai Emery late in the season and continued to play an important role as Arsenal fight for the top-4 position in the Premier League. The side is currently in the fourth position.
The absence of Aaron Ramsey could be a big blow to Unai Emery as the season enters its business end.
Arsenal look set to enter the semifinal of the Europa League after Alexandre Lacazette scored a brilliant goal to give the Gunners a lead in the second leg. In such a scenario, the North Londoners will miss Ramsey’s services dearly.
How Twitter reacted..
Aaron Ramsey may have played his last game for Arsenal after suffering a suspected hamstring injury during their Europa League quarter-final against Napoli.
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) April 18, 2019
Would be so so sad if this was Ramsey’s final appearance for Arsenal.
— P™ (@Cechque) April 18, 2019
That would be a sad way for Ramsey to end his 11-year Arsenal career if his hamstring injury turns out be severe. He’s been excellent in recent weeks.
— James Olley (@JamesOlley) April 18, 2019
Arsenal will return to action on the weekend as the side takes on Crystal Palace in the Premier League.