Arsenal ready to sell Ramsey

Former Cardiff youngster Ramsey has been with Arsenal since 2008

Former Cardiff youngster Ramsey has been with Arsenal since 2008 Credit GETTY IMAGES

Arsenal are prepared to cash in on Aaron Ramsey in the January transfer window as they seek to control their wage bill, according to the Daily Telegraph.

But talks have stalled as recent reports say Arsenal have now withdrawn their offer to Ramsey and are bracing themselves for his exit next summer.

It had looked likely the north London club would eventually agree a new deal with the Wales worldwide with a four-year extension in the pipeline.

"There are three elements, three aspects".

"My focus is always on the team".

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"He doesn't hide. He's somebody that if they can get it going, I'm desperate for him to stay but I do understand that Arsenal cannot continue to let players dictate like they are now". Each player has individual aspects to work, or to do, or to speak with the club or with the team.

Speaking to reporters at his pre-match press conference, as reported by the London Evening Standard, Emery explained that in his eyes, every player is an important part of his squad.

With Matteo Guendouzi and Lucas Torreira both arriving at the club in the summer, Ramsey has found himself competing with more players for a spot in central midfield, where it looks like Emery has found his ideal partnership between Uruguay star Torreira and Swiss midfielder Granit Xhaka.

"I think with the performance we brought out today, getting the victory would have been something precious for the team, but we keep our head up and get ready for the weekend's game against Arsenal", he said. I want only their focus for our match and for the match tomorrow.

Emery's job was to restore his players' belief, while convincing them to buy into his football philosophy of high-tempo pressing from all areas. "I've said it once: I would love to someday play in La Liga, at one of the greats".

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