Arsenal’s and Wales international Aaron Ramsey could face the exit door at the Emirates this summer should his decides not to agree a new deal with the club.
The Gunners head-coach, days after his appointment as Arsene Wenger successor, admits the Welshman is a very important to part of his plans at the club for the upcoming season.
“I’m very happy with him.
“For me, every day, every training session, he has the ambition I want.
“He’s working with a quality, the type of ability that I want. I want to work with him. [His new contract] is a question for the player and for the club.
“In my opinion, I’ve said to Ivan, Raul and Sven that I think he’s an important player for me.”
The £110,000 a week midfielder will be in the final year of his contract with the club in August but talks about offering him a new contract have stalled so far this summer. The midfielder is also said to be on top European sides radar with the likes of Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona and Juventus said to be interest in signing the midfielder.
Football London reported the Gunners could be left with no choice than to sell the midfielder before August so he doesn’t leave for free next summer. In light of this, Arsenal have placed a £50million fee on him should any of his suitors comes knocking.