Photo: Aaron Ramsey sends signed shirt to former Arsenal star

The Arsenal midfielder made Emmanuel Frimpong a very happy man

Emmanuel Frimpong shows off his new shirt Photo: Emmanuel Frimpong/Instagram

Emmanuel Frimpong still appears to be a huge Arsenal supporter.

The Ghana midfielder left The Emirates for Barnsley in 2014 after having failed to secure regular first-team football under Arsene Wenger.

The 23-year-old, who is known for his quirky posts on Twitter, has since moved to Russia side FC Ufa, making 11 appearances for the club so far.

However, Frimpong is keeping a close eye on his beloved Gunners and is in touch with his former team-mates, including Aaron Ramsey.

And the Wales international sent a signed shirt to Frimpong, which the African proudly showed off on his Instagram page.

Frimpong wrote on his Instagram page: “Thank you my bro @aaronramsey”

Arsenal were 3-0 winners against Manchester United at The Emirates in the Premier League on Sunday.

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The Gunners hoisted themselves up to second place in the Premier League thanks to their win.

Wenger’s side make the trip to newly-promoted Watford in their next Premier League outing.

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