Transfer: Chelsea ready to pay £35million for Arsenal midfielder

Unai Emery

Unai Emery

The situation has alerted Liverpool as the Express reported last week that Jurgen Klopp is showing a keen interest in signing Ramsey although the Merseysiders may be prepared to wait 12 months to sign him on a free transfer as they've already snapped-up Fabinho and Naby Keita this summer.

Ramsey has been with Arsenal since 2008. The Daily Star runs a story on Jamie Redknapp's views on the Welsh midfielder as the former Tottenham star feels Ramsey would end up staying at the Gunners and prolong his career at the Emirates.

And Saunders feels that Ramsey would be a quality addition to the Liverpool FC squad ahead of next season.

Chelsea is interested in Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey and reports say that the blues will soon launch a £35million bid for the Welsh global before the summer transfer window closes.

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However, the newspaper is now reporting today that Chelsea are ready to trump Liverpool by launching a late swoop to try and lure Ramsey to Stamford Bridge during the closing stages of the window. -Premier League done deals: Complete list of incomings and outgoings at every club.

The midfielder has been tentatively linked with moves to both Chelsea and Liverpool so far this summer. Redknapp feels, Ramsey belongs at Arsenal and went on to suggest that he could be their Frank Lampard in the coming years.

He is seen as a key part of Unai Emery's plans and has even been tipped to become Arsenal captain but could be sold before Thursday's transfer deadline if he can't agree a new deal with the club.

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