Paris Saint Germain latest runner in Ramsey race

Paris Saint Germain latest runner in Ramsey race

Paris Saint Germain latest runner in Ramsey race

He has six months left on his Arsenal contract and can start to speak with foreign clubs about a free transfer move as from the 1st of January.

It's believed the Welshman is eyeing a mouth-watering €10m-per-year pay hike on his current deal which Inter and AC Milan cannot match which explains why Juve are leading the race the sign him.

Wales global Ramsey hoped to sign a contract extension at the Emirates but is now set to leave the club at the end of the season.

Paris Saint Germain have joined the race to land Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey and want him in the January transfer window, according to the Daily Mirror.

"Ramsey would be a great buy", he told Sky Sport Italia.

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"Juventus are preparing another excellent deal".

Spokesman Paddy Power commented: "Ramsey to PSG has been our most popular transfer bet of the day, despite him not making it into Arsenal's starting XI".

Manchester United, Liverpool, Bayern Munich, PSG, Juventus and Real Madrid have all been linked with a move for the midfielder recently.

"It is not easy for Aaron but I have spoken with him and we need his performances for us", said Arsenal manager, Unai Emery.

'He played yesterday with a good spirit. A 29-minute cameo against Brighton on Boxing Day was his first appearance since early December, while he hasn't completed 90 minutes in the Premier League since September. We did not win but he is working hard and I am happy.

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