Arsenal offer Aaron Ramsey new long-term contract

Arsenal new boss Unai Emery

Arsenal new boss Unai Emery

Fellow midfielder Jack Wilshere, who joined Arsenal aged nine, recently missed out on England's 2018 World Cup squad, and he could soon be a free agent too, with his Gunners contract coming to an end next month.

While Arsenal expect Emery to be successful and see out his three-year deal, they have sought to minimise their...

Ramsey has been at Arsenal for nearly a decade after joining from the Bluebirds in June 2008. And now, if a report from the Daily Telegraph is to be believed, Arsenal will put the midfielder up on the transfer market if he denies signing the new deal.

It was a seven-goal, 8-assist campaign in Premier League play this injury-shortened season, the Welshman's best work since bagging 10 and nine in just 23 matches during the 2013-14 season. The 27-year-old has been with Arsenal since joining from Cardiff back in 2008.

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There is a belief in the Arsenal camp that Ramsey intends to stay at the club and wishes to prolong his career at the Emirates.

According to The Sun, the pair have planned personal talks with Emery hoping to convince Wilshere to remain at Arsenal.

Ramsey is not the only player set for crunch talks with the new head coach as Jack Wilshere will also sit down to discuss if he fits into Emery's project. Ramsey wants to sort things out first regarding his role under the Spaniard and if there are any positive leads, he will sign his, probably the last big, contract with the Gunners.

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