David Seaman reveals most frustrating aspect of Aaron Ramsey exit

David Seaman reveals most frustrating aspect of Aaron Ramsey exit

David Seaman reveals most frustrating aspect of Aaron Ramsey exit

Arsene Wenger has revealed he will look to get back into football management in the New Year.

The Gunners are now on nine consecutive victories in all fixtures, and Xhaka has started every Premier League game for his club this season.

Ramsey scored in Arsenal's 5-1 win over Fulham earlier this month and has made over 300 appearances for Arsenal in all competitions.

Aaron Ramsey's camp have refused to rule out a move to Manchester United at the end of the season.

Former Gunners playmaker Pires is adamant that Arsenal are in a good position to finish in the Champions League qualification spots in the Premier League this term.


"He did well with Sevilla, he has won some titles, especially with Paris Saint-Germain last season".

'The contract was on the table and Arsenal withdrew it, and it sounds like to me the manager has said, "hold on a minute, I'm not giving him that kind of money, I can get a better player than that".

"Of course for the club because I am an ambassador for Arsenal but especially for Unai Emery because he's a great manager".

Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Danny Welbeck and Petr Cech face late fitness checks ahead of Arsenal's clash with Leicester City but Aaron Ramsey is expected to be available, according to the Evening Standard.

Wenger signed Ramsey from Cardiff City for £4.8 million in 2008 and the Wales global has gone on to make 242 Premier League appearances for Arsenal, as well as twice scoring the victor in the FA Cup Final.

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