Ramsey opens up on his contract stand-off at Arsenal

Inter Interested In Ramsey But He Prefers To Stay In England

Inter Interested In Ramsey But He Prefers To Stay In England

Manchester United are plotting a summer move for Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey as they look to take advantage of his likely status as a free agent.

Arsenal are ready to listen to offers for Ramsey in January, but Arsenal's club's longest-serving player says he intends to stay for the rest of the season and achieve "something special".

According to BBC Sport, a four-year agreement was in place, but before a final contract was drawn up, the North London outfit made a decision to pull out.

Arsenal could attempt to cash in on the 27-year-old midfielder in the January transfer window, with top Premier League, La Liga and Serie A clubs reportedly monitoring the situation.

'But I don't know how far Arsenal will go in terms of giving him a huge contract.

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The Wales global is in the final year of his current deal and is set to become a free agent at the end of the 2018-19 campaign.

The Welsh worldwide had been close to agreeing to a new deal but Arsenal recently withdrew their offer amid input from head coach Unai Emery. You need everyone as fresh as can be, really, to share the load, so in that sense I feel it is certainly the strongest squad I've been part of.

Ramsey joined the Gunners from Cardiff City in June 2008 and has won the FA Cup three times with the London club.

Arsenal have won each of their last nine matches in all competitions, including their last six in the Premier League after starting the campaign with back-to-back defeats.

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