Aaron Ramsey: Wales midfielder does not want early Arsenal exit

Ross Houston
October 14, 2018

Aaron Ramsey remains committed to Arsenal for the rest of the season even though talks over a new contract have collapsed.

The Wales worldwide, 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.

Ramsey is attracting interest from a host of top clubs across Europe, which speaks for the impressive reputation that the Welsh star has built over the past decade at Arsenal.

Aaron Ramsey will not let Arsenal cash in on him in January after revealing he intends to see out the final six months of his contract.

Ozil has played well in recent times under Unai Emery and will be desperate to continue contributing with similar levels of performances in Arsenal's upcoming Premier League encounter with Leicester City.

According to a UK Daily Mail report, talks over a potential extension of his present deal at the Emirates side, have now broken down and the 27-year-old Welshman will leave when his contract expires.

He will not be departing during the January transfer window, as Sanchez did when linking up with Manchester United, but told reporters after representing his country in a friendly clash with Spain: "Would I stay for the rest of the season?"

Wales global Ramsey is the Gunners longest serving player having moved to North London in 2008 from Cardiff City.

"I believe that Arsenal want him to stay, but I think they have to make this stance".

"Everything has been going great with the club".

"That's a decision that they have made".

"I am contracted to Arsenal and I am going to do my best now this season to try and achieve something special".

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