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Unai Emery’s bosses get slammed over the Aaron Ramsey situation

Most reports claim that Aaron Ramsey has decided to make a move to Juventus at the end of this season because Arsenal’s management didn’t give him a new deal.



Aaron Ramsey
( Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey / Photo via Getty )

Arsenal will at the end of this season lose Aaron Ramsey for free because it has decided not to offer him a new deal because the management reportedly got told by Unai Emery that he isn’t in the coach’s long-term plans for the gunners. Arsenal legend Paul Merson has criticized the club’s management on how it has handled this situation.

The gunners are under new management after the departure of Arsene Wenger and Ivan Gazidis. It is said that Arsenal was ready to offer Aaron Ramsey a new deal and it even put in on the table but the Welsh midfielder tried to play hard ball with the gunners because he wanted a big deal but he has however seen the offer removed, and he no longer has the privilege to think on whether he should stay or leave.

Arsenal will however also make a loss in this bizarre situation because Aaron Ramsey who is one of their best players will leave the club for free since the club has let him run out his contract at the Emirates Stadium. Paul Merson who is a former Gunner believes that this is very bad from the management to let Aaron Ramsey go for free when he is in his prime.

“Letting Ramsey leave is just bad, bad club management isn’t it. To let player contracts run out in this day and age for how much these players go for and how much they’re worth is criminal.” Paul Merson told by Sky Sports.

“To let him leave the club and walk away for free, somebody in his prime leaving for nothing, it’s a football crime.”

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