Arsenal wonderkid set for shock London rivals switch

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Arsenal wonderkid Aaron Ramsey is back in training after suffering a double fracture in his right leg caused by a tackle from Stoke defender Ryan Shawcross.

Despite the fact the 19-year-old Welsh midfielder is not expected to be ready for first team action until mid-December, rumours are circulating that Arsene Wenger could be willing to loan him out to Fulham.

The Gunners are believed to be wanting to send out the young midfielder on loan to build up his confidence, as they worry he will not get enough first team football to fully recuperate if he stays in north London with Arsenal.

The People on Sunday suggested that Ramsey's former club, Cardiff City would be interested in taking the player on loan from the Gunners.

However, it is felt that Arsenal will be cautious about this as "exposing the player to the more physical brand of football in the Championship might be seen as a high-risk strategy."

As a result of this it is believed that Arsenal are looking for a safer option to reintroduce Ramsey and rebuild his confidence.

The People sight Fulham as a potential suitor to take on Ramsey from the Emirates for the second half of the season.

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