John Hartson wants Aaron Ramsey to go out on loan

Hartson wants Ramsey out on loan
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Wales coach John Hartson believes that Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey must go out on loan in order to improve his form.

Wales coach John Hartson believes that Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey must go out on loan in order to return to the level that he was at prior to his leg break in 2010.

Hartson thinks that the Welsh international is not currently showing the form he was before his injury at Stoke City, and thinks that a consistent run of games will help him get back to those heights.

"I just think Aaron needs that run of games, maybe if he did go out on loan he'd get that," Hartson told Sky Sports.

"He doesn't seem to start many games at Arsenal now and when he does start he's brought off and he doesn't look happy. I just don't think he's quite hit the heights in terms of where he was before he got injured but he will, I'm sure he will."

Ramsey has made just 12 starts for the Gunners this season.

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