Published: Sat, September 29, 2018
Sports | By Sarah Myers

Aaron Ramsey's contract talks with Arsenal collapse with no offer on table

Aaron Ramsey's contract talks with Arsenal collapse with no offer on table

There will be no shortage of takers and the report says that Manchester United and Chelsea are showing a keen interest in signing Ramsey while Juventus and Lazio are ready to try and lure him to Italy.

With more than 300 games in the red and white kit, Ramsey is Arsenal through and through, having joined 10 years ago as a teenager from Cardiff City.

The north London side have made a strong start to the new campaign under new manager Unai Emery after initially struggling in their opening Premier League fixtures.

However, negotiations over a new deal between Ramsey's representatives and Arsenal officials have come to a sudden halt.

"I consider each player an important space in the squad".

Explaining his own exit earlier this month, Gazidis - who was instrumental in the appointment of Emery - said: "I know many will think this is a unusual time to be leaving but I believe it is the right time for me and for the club".

Emery was also asked about another midfielder, Mesut Ozil, and the question of the player's decision not to meet with Joachim Low when the Germany coach visited Arsenal's training ground this week.

"I think no [it won't change his performance]", he said.

"Barca play very good football and Arsenal want to do the same", Ramsey told Marca.

Ramsey will certainly not be short of offers if he does indeed seek pastures new in the January transfer window and it seems Chelsea are willing to offer him a way out of Arsenal.

However, Ramsey will be able to sign a pre-contract agreement with another club in January and that would certainly be the more lucrative option for the player, given those that move on a Bosman usually receive massive signing-on fees and higher wages due to the absence of a transfer fee.

Sevilla's Ever Banega reportedly emerges as a top target for Arsenal as they prepare for the impending loss of long-serving midfielder Aaron Ramsey.

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