The loss of Gunners box to box midfielder can be compensated by the resurgent Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Mesut Ozil, according to supporters.
Ramsey was a key part of the Gunners's success last season and his absence, again through injury, was notable.
While The Guardian report that the midfielder could be sidelined for "at least one month", with other speculations citing a six week period, Arsenal fans may be forgiven for expressing concern over the layoff of one of their most influential players.
However, supporters believe manager Arsene Wenger has an adequately stocked squad to compensate for the loss.
One fan, posted below, cites Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain as the player capable of replacing Ramsey, while two others believe Mesut Ozil can rise to the challenge.
German trequartista Ozil remains the club's most expensive purchase having signed personal terms following a £42.4 million agreement with Real Madrid last summer.
Following an exquisite start to his North London tenure, Ozil then hit an inconsistent streak - something he has struggled to shake off since.
The midfielder, though, is on the cusp of hot form - something Gunners will be hoping he can continue while Ramsey occupies the physio's room.