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Arsenal Managing Director Vinai Venkatesham has insisted that the club is eager to avoid a repeat of Aaron Ramsey’s contract situation (via YouTube).
It’s been a fairly pleasing season for Arsenal but one of the biggest disappointments has been the impending departure of Aaron Ramsey.
The Welshman will join Juventus on a free transfer in the summer after failing to agree on a new contract with the Gunners.
He isn’t the first player in his prime years to leave the club of late but one key Arsenal figure is eager to make sure that doesn’t happen again.
“We need to make sure we’re disciplined,” said Managing Director Vinai Venkatesham in an interview with Arsenal.com.
“When we have senior players that aren’t towards the ends of their careers, we need to make sure that those players – when they have two years left on their contract – we need to make the difficult decision.
“We’re either renewing those players’ contracts or we’re selling players. We can’t be in a situation where we’re allowing players to walk out the door for free unless they’re coming to the end of their careers.
“We need to continue to look at our wage bill. It’s well known that we have a large wage bill. That demonstrates the financial power of Arsenal.
“But we need to make sure we’re spending that money as efficiently as possible and we spend a lot of time focussing on that.
“We need to be sure that when we’re selling players that we’re maximising funds. Those funds get invested in the team.”
It’s an interesting interview with Vinai Venkatesham. The club’s Managing Director has only been in his new job for a few months but seems to be making a good impression. Arsenal fans will be eager to avoid a repeat of the situation which led to Aaron Ramsey’s exit. Hopefully, that will happen.