Aaron Ramsey is going to return to Arsenal after his loan spell at Cardiff City expires this Saturday.
Speaking to the official website, Arsene Wenger confirmed that Aaron Ramsey will return to Arsenal and will be available for the replay against Leyton Orient on Wednesday. The manger said that the reports on his progress from Cardiff are good and added he will be utilised when he returns to the club.
Aaron Ramsey, on Tuesday, scored a goal for Cardiff against Leicester City as he played the full ninety minutes. He is set to feature for Cardiff on Saturday again before he says his farewell to a month-long loan spell.
Arsene Wenger, on Ramsey’s return, said:
“He is on loan until Saturday. After that he comes back. He could be available for the second game against Leyton Orient on Wednesday.
I have had good reports from Cardiff and I intend to use him. He could not play last Saturday because he had a little hip problem and we demanded that he rest. I think he will play this Saturday again and then we will see if he comes through that game well. After that he is available for Arsenal.”
Meanwhile, Arsene Wenger has praised Ignasi Miquel by saying that he has the potential to be a top-level player.
Ignasi Miquel made a promising start to his Arsenal career when he made his first team debut on Sunday against Leyton Orient in the FA Cup 5th round clash.
On his performance, the manager told the official website that how he has a lot to learn before he will be able to play in the top Leagues as he added the most important thing is that he has shown the talent to play at the highest level.
On Tuesday, Arsene said:
“He is not yet ready [for Premier League or Champions League] but he did enough to show that he will play in the Premier League and the Champions League. I feel that is the most important thing.
He has some aspects of his game that he has to work on, a bit more committed in the challenges, better in the air. But overall he has shown that he has the potential to play in there.”