Gunter: Ramsey will come back stronger

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Chris Gunter is convinced injured Wales star Aaron Ramsey will return stronger from his horrific leg break.

Arsenal midfielder Ramsey required major surgery after being badly injured in a poor challenge from Stoke's Ryan Shawcross in February. The 19-year-old is now making good progress and the Gunners are hopeful he will be fit to play again in the autumn.

"I saw him last Sunday, he's doing really well," said Gunter, the Wales and Nottingham Forest defender. "He is hoping to start running in a few weeks, then there will be three or four more weeks before he can kick a ball. He's over the disappointment now, and he is focusing on getting back."

He added: "It was a terrible thing to go through, but one I am sure that in years to come he will look back and say it made him stronger."

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