Arsenal star hailed as club's modern version of Sir Bobby Charlton

The player is also labelled as a complete player

Aaron Ramsey joined Arsenal from Cardiff for a reported fee of £4.8 million in 2008. He has been a mainstay in the midfield since joining them, scoring 58 goals in 327 appearances in all competitions.

The Wales International was a regular last season for the Gunners, scoring 12 goals and assisting 9 in 36 appearances in all competitions. But the club finished sixth in the Premier League and will miss the Champions League in this season.

The player has featured in all the club’s Premier League fixtures so far this season. The London Outfit lost their opening 2 games against Manchester City and Chelsea but got their first win of the season against West Ham United last weekend.

He will face his former club in their upcoming Premier League match on Sunday and Neil Warnock has hailed him as Arsenal’s modern version of Sir Bobby Charlton.

The gift of top players is they always have time… Charlton was always a step ahead of everyone,” said Warnock as quoted by BBC Sports.

“He (Ramsey) always finds time. That is something the top players always get.”

“Every time I watch Wales, every time I watch Arsenal, I just think he does everything. He is a complete player,” He added.

“When you look at quality even now in this league and I see a player do something I am like flabbergasted really… I just go ‘wow!’

“The gift of top players is they always have time. I remember when I was young thinking Bobby Charlton did not run around much.

“I used to think he did not do much work. Then I realised as I got older he did not do that because he used his brain and he was always on the move… he did not need to run around like everyone else.

“He (Ramsey) is like that.”

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