Aaron Ramsey: Wales midfielder does not want early Arsenal exit

Posted October 13, 2018

Ramsey might look to follow in his former teammate's shoes and move to Liverpool in January; a transfer which might answer Klopp's question of where the creativity in midfield will come from between now and the end of the season.

He will not be departing during the January transfer window, as Sanchez did when linking up with Manchester United, but told reporters after representing his country in a friendly clash with Spain: "Would I stay for the rest of the season?"

Arsenal are playing good football and if Ramsey performs good and helps Arsenal in finishing top 4 or winning trophies, Arsenal might reward him with a contract.

The 27-year-old is quoted by The Telegraph as saying: "I am contracted to Arsenal and I am going to do my best this season to achieve something special".

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However, Ramsey in a chat with UK Sun has admitted that he will remain with the Unai Emery tutored-side, until the end of his contract at the EPL club. Ramsey has become the latest big-name player who has let their contract run down at Arsenal in order to secure a well-paid move to a rival club.

'Everything has been going great with the club. "Of course, yeah", he said.

As a free agent he is expected to face widespread interest from clubs in England and overseas next summer, with Juventus reportedly interested in signing the midfielder.

"That's a decision that they have made and things happen in football and you just have to get on with it and carry on playing the best I can". Ramsey joined Arsenal from Cardiff in 2008 for £5m and has won three FA Cups, scoring the winning goals in the 2014 and 2017 finals against Hull and Chelsea respectively.

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