Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger confirms once again that Aaron Ramsey and Mathieu Flamini are unfit to play against Everton.
Ramsey has been suffering with another hamstring injury of the season. The Welshman suffered in a win over Leicester City few weeks ago but is still few weeks away from his return.
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The French boss added that Ramsey has returned to training but is not match fit yet.
While, fellow midfielder Mathieu Flamini is also closing on his return as he trained yesterday with the squad.
Flamini suffered a hamstring injury few weeks ago while playing against Middleborough in a FA Cup game.
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Jack Wilshere who returned to training few weeks ago is still having problems with his ankle. Wenger added that he had a surgery and is expected to return soon.
Wilshere suffered ankle injury last November while playing against Manchester United, he has not featured since then.
Arsenal boss further added on long term absentees Mikel Arteta and Mathieu Debuchy, especially. Arteta could return in the mid of March but full-back Debuchy is out atleast for the next month.
"He goes step by step but he has not played yet and is not in a position to play yet. They [Mikel Arteta and Mathieu Debuchy] are still a few weeks away."
But Abou Diaby who is yet to feature in Premier League is closing on return, as per Wenger.
"The only thing I must say [on Abou Diaby] is that he progresses well in training."
Columnist: Dany Fendi