The BBC’s David Ornstein has claimed that contract negotiations between Arsenal and Aaron Ramsey have broken down and the player will now be sold (via The BBC).
It’s hardly been a saga on the same scale as the one Arsenal faced with Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez last year but it seems as if the Aaron Ramsey situation could soon come to an end.
The Welsh midfielder is in the final year of his Arsenal contract and has been locked in negotiations with the club for some time.
Head coach Unai Emery has often reiterated his desire to keep Ramsey at the Emirates but it seems as if he will not get that wish.
The BBC’s David Ornstein has claimed that negotiations between Ramsey and the club have broken down and that he will now look to leave the club.
Ornstein goes on to claim that Arsenal will look to sell the player in January and if that cannot happen, will lose him on a free transfer in the summer.
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It will bring an end to Ramsey’s ten-year association with Arsenal Football Club. The Welshman signed from Cardiff City way back in 2008 and has won three FA Cup titles with the Gunners. It’s a shame but hopefully, the club can generate as much money as possible in January.