Aaron Ramsey is in the final year of his current contract at the Emirates Stadium and there has been many transfer rumours which claim that the gunners have withdrawn the new contract they had offered him.
Aaron Ramsey was in the starting eleven that played Watford on Saturday but he was replaced in the second half after he had a woeful performance, he was seen ignoring Unai Emery as he walked off from the pitch which means that he is un happy with the boss.
The Mirror claims that Liverpool are interested in Aaron Ramsey and that they will probably make a move for the Welsh international in the January transfer window because the North Londoners won’t let him go for free in the summer yet they can cash in on him and find a good replacement.
The report also says that Liverpool enquired about Aaron Ramsey in this year’s summer transfer window but the gunners immediately refused to listen to any of their offers. It is said that Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is a huge fan of Aaron Ramsey and would be happy to see him join his team, and the Welshman wouldn’t want to leave England yet he has get used to it so him going to Liverpool is possible.
Arsenal boss Unai Emery said in his pre-match press conference ahead of their match against Watford that he has no say in whether Aaron Ramsey will stay at the Emirates Stadium and outlined the three different people who will determine the outcome of this Ramsey transfer saga.
It seems Unai Emery will continue using Aaron Ramsey despite all the transfer rumours surrounding his future but it will depend on if his playing well because he was removed from the match against Watford after he failed to make an impact, and the gunners won the match after he left the pitch.
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