After spending 11 years with Arsenal, Aaron Ramsey will be playing no matches for the club before joining Juventus in the summer as Unai Emery confirms to the media his hamstring injury will keep him out of the remainder of the 2018/19 campaign.
The Welshman, who himself confirmed he will be joining up Italian giants as a free agent at the end of June, acquired the hamstring injury while playing for the Gunners in the Europa League quarter-final game against Napoli.
Arsenal fans were somewhat hopeful the Wales international would recover in time to help the Gunners into the Europa League final or better yet the games left in the Premier League, with the team having a maximum of five games left, should they reach the European League final.
The North London club boss has, however, broke the news that Ramsey will not be returning for the rest of club games.
Speaking to the Press, Emery said: “He was in a good moment when he was injured.
“I said to him, ‘I want to do something important in your last matches here’ – though he could come back maybe in the future.
“I want to do something important. It will not be with him on the pitch – but still with him, with us.”