Ramsey denies will leave Arsenal next January

The Wales National Team midfielder, Aaron Ramsey does not deny the fact that it is likely he will finish his contract with the Premier League giants, Arsenal. However, the former Cardiff City player denied a rumor that claiming he would leave Emirates in the winter transfer window in January.

Aaron Ramsey joined Arsenal in the 2008 summer transfer window from Cardiff City. At that time, Ramsey who was still 17 years old did not immediately join the Gunners squad, but was loaned first at his home club, Cardiff City and also Nottingham Forest. He just returned from a loan period in 2011. Since then, Ramsey is known as one of Arsenal’s best young talents.

Over the past few years, Ramsey has often been the mainstay of Arsenal’s direction from Arsene Wenger, only this season he is not on the agenda of new coach Unai Emery. In addition, his contract with Arsenal will also expire soon, it is natural that The Wales National Team players are rumored to be leaving in the winter of January next.

Despite admitting that most likely he would leave Arsenal, but Ramsey denied going in January.

“Will I survive the rest of the season? Of course, I’m contracted by Arsenal and I will do my best this season to try and achieve something special.”

“Everything is fine with the club. We think we are in a position where we have agreed an agreement, but that is no longer the case. So I just have to keep playing football and doing my best for Arsenal this season and I leave other matters with the club. It’s my decision, I just have to get used to it and continue to play my best.” said Ramsey.

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