Ramsey has strong hand in Arsenal contract talks - Wenger

Heather Diaz
October 14, 2018

Ramsey is out of contract at Arsenal at the end of the season, and no new deal has been agreed between the midfielder and the Gunners.

The Wales global, 27, was signed when Wenger was in charge in 2008 and the Frenchman was keen to tie down Ramsey's long-term future before he left at the end of the previous campaign.

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Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey has revealed he will play out the remaining months on his contract and leave the Emirates dwellers for free in June 2019. As per the report, Liverpool and Manchester United are also considering a move for him and it is understood that Ramsey would prefer to continue playing his football in the Premier League rather than go overseas.

"That's all I am concentrating on and giving my best for Arsenal", Ramsey submitted.

The 27-year-old was linked with a potential move to Chelsea FC and Liverpool FC in the summer, before Manchester United were named as potential suitors in recent weeks.

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The Welshman's contract with the Gunners expires at the end of the season, leaving them in the same situation as with Alexis Sanchez.

He further said, "So I just have to carry on playing my football and do my best for Arsenal this season".

The Welshman is on worldwide duty and he said, "Will I stay for the rest of the season?"

"Everything has been going great with the club".

But Manchester United are also keen on signing the midfielder, according to the Evening Standard, with Ramsey ready to snub a move overseas to remain in the UK.

Asked whether he would give Ramsey a new deal, Wenger replied: "We tried that before and it still can happen".

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