Arsenal morning news: Ramsey tipped for comeback and Remy said to want Gunners move

All the latest news and gossip from The Emirates this morning.

There has not been much in the way of a reaction from Arsenal yet to their shocking 6-0 defeat against Chelsea.

Arsene Wenger spoke briefly with a couple of reporters after the loss but then skipped the press conference as the ‘bus had to go’.

But he did take responsibility for the humbling defeat - one of the worst ever in his reign as boss:

"It was a nightmare and I take full responsibility for it. What is important is to give a response on Tuesday night and that is it. I don’t believe it is the time to talk too much about [what went wrong]. The players are deeply disappointed as we all are. I think let us prepare for the next game.”

Of course one of the big talking points from the game was referee Andre Marriner’s decision to send off Kieran Gibbs.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain had dived to save a shot from Eden Hazard but Marriner got the pair mixed up - and sent off Gibbs instead.

Marriner has apologised for the mistake and the FA have confirmed the Gunners can appeal the decision - so The Ox is likely to receive the suspension:

"Clubs can appeal mistaken identity to The FA, although The FA can pro-actively review also. Following a red card clubs can also review possibility of a wrongful dismissal claim to The FA, unless dismissal is for 2 yellow cards."

Moving on now and to the positive news that Aaron Ramsey could be back in action shortly. The Welshman has not played since Boxing Day because of a thigh injury - and the club have certainly missed a man who looked like being their talisman for much of the seasons beginning.

The game next week against Manchester City will be his ultimate goal.

And one player reportedly wants to come to Arsenal.

Loic Remy, currently on loan at Newcastle United from QPR, is said to desperately want a switch to The Emirates.

The French international is also being targeted by Tottenham - but is reported to have his heart set on linking up with Arsene Wenger.

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