Published: Fri, October 12, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Aaron Ramsey says he will not be leaving Arsenal in January

Aaron Ramsey says he will not be leaving Arsenal in January

Aaron Ramsey has revealed that he thought he had reached an agreement with Arsenal over a new contract only for the club to perform a U-turn but he has promised to make what stands to be his 11th and final season in north London a memorable one.

Arsenal were hopeful of tying Ramsey down to a new deal before the agency representing the player confirmed he will be leaving.

"Each player, they have their individual situations with their contracts", Emery said of Ramsey.

Arsenal legend Paul Merson has taken a swipe at his former club despite their recent impressive performance winning their last six Premier League games.

United could be set to strike another deal with Arsenal, as The Evening Standard claim that both United and Liverpool are weighing up a January move for Ramsey, who could be available for a fraction of his true value.

Interestingly, Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester United all have been linked with the 27-year-old Wales worldwide midfielder. "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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The Arsenal midfielder is also wanted by Liverpool and Chelsea when he becomes a free agent at the end of the season.

He added: 'Everything has been going great with the club.

The Gunners are now occupying fourth position on the Premier League standings with 18 points after eight games played.

Asked if he was disappointed that there was no contract on the table, Ramsey said: "That's a decision they (Arsenal) have made and things happen in football".

"We thought we were in a position where we had agreed a deal, but that is no longer the case".

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