Aaron Ramsey has been urged to leave Arsenal for the good of his career by former Wales assistant coach Raymond Verheijen.
The classy midfielder has come on leaps and bounds in recent seasons under the guidance of Arsene Wenger, blossoming from the promising player that earned an early move away from Cardiff to one of the Premier League’s best stars in his position.
Ramsey’s progress has been made all the more impressive by his recovery from a career-threatening leg break early on in his playing days, but despite this comeback, he’s been hit with a series of injury worries.
Arsenal, as a whole, have been blighted with fitness issues with a number of their star players in recent seasons, and Verheijen feels that the club may be the problem, and that Ramsey should consider leaving unless something is done to correct the concern:
“There are two solutions. Either Arsenal sort themselves out or Aaron has to go to a club where training is more balanced.” He is quoted by The Metro.
“It’s one or the other. The medical staff can only cure the problem but football coaches cause the problem because they are responsible for football training sessions.”