Arsenal: Two More Stars Ruled Out of the Season


Arsenal will be without the services of two of their players for the rest of the season due to injury problems plaguing them both.

This was revealed prior to the first leg of our Europa League semi-final match with Valencia on Thursday night.

The injury section of the club's official website gave an update that stated that Denis Suarez's groin problem has put an end to his season.

The forward may have worn an Arsenal shirt for the last time being that he could return to Barcelona where he is on loan from.

It is quite unfortunate that his loan spell in North London has been a gloomy one for him - he has recorded just substitute appearances in competitive games since arriving in January.

Elsewhere, Aaron Ramsey, based on test results, will not feature for Arsenal again before completing his move to Juventus in the summer.

The Wales international suffered a hamstring injury in the first half of the return leg of the Napoli game and going by what Unai Emery said at his press conference, it is over for him.

Asked if the midfielder has a chance of playing in the final, the Spanish boss responded: "At the moment we are only in the semi-final, and secondly the prognosis is not okay for this date."

Ramsey and Suarez have made it five on the list of players who will not play a part in the ongoing campaign anymore.  Danny Welbeck, Rob Holding and Hector Bellerin are all on this list.

Nacho Monreal's availability for tonight's tie is subject to his fitness level after final scans must have been conducted.

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