Arsenal want new Ramsey deal, Chelsea and Man United keen

Arsenal want new Ramsey deal, Chelsea and Man United keen

Arsenal want new Ramsey deal, Chelsea and Man United keen

Arsenal are increasingly confident of agreeing terms with Aaron Ramsey over a new contract despite interest from the likes of Chelsea and Manchester United, according to the Mirror.

Here we go again with another one of Arsenal's boring long-drawn out contract negotiations as it now looks extremely unlikely that Aaron Ramsey is going to re-sign with the Gunners unless his massive wage demands are met.

Chelsea held talks with Liverpool target Nabil Fekir, over the summer but opted against signing the France worldwide.

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This is according to the Mirror, who note that the north London side are confident they will be able to agree a new deal with the Welsh worldwide, and that rivals Chelsea and Man United are keen on signing the 27-year-old. The North London club are desperate not to lose one of their key midfielders with his contract expiring next summer.

Ramsey is reportedly willing to bide his time in order to improve his bargaining position as he holds out for an offer in excess of £250,000 per week.

United and Chelsea will be keeping a close eye on how talks progress over the coming months as they could secure a cut-price deal in January if an agreement isn't found or even wait to sign Ramsey for nothing when his contract expires next summer. I refuse to believe that Arsenal will pay him that to get him to stay beyond next season.

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