AC Milan to beat Chelsea and Liverpool to the signing of Arsenal star
Things are starting to take great shape once again for Arsenal under Unai Emery.
The Gunners are boasting of six consecutive wins in all outings, with the team operating with a great attacking threat and attractive football.
Arsenal’s impressive performance hasn’t, however, halted transfer speculation linking one of their key players away from the club.
With Aaron Ramsey’s contract expiring at the end of the season, the Daily Mirror is adamant that Ramsey will face the exit door next summer, and there’s an interesting name reported to be in line for his signature.
Odds as collated by FreeBetting free bet offers, are backing Serie A giants AC Milan, who are already frontrunners, to sign the 27-year-old this summer.
With odds slashed for him to join Milan current priced at around 2/1, this places the San Siro outfits ahead of other interested suitors Chelsea (7/2) and Liverpool (5/1) to sign the Welsh international next summer.
There are odds elsewhere that priced Everton and Manchester United at 6/1 and 8/1 respectively with the latter interest in Ramsey will be determine whether Paul Pogba gets sold or not.
Ramsey, who is Arsenal’s long-serving player, has registered 338 appearances in all outings, contributing an equal amount of goals and assists (59) so far.
However, Mirror Sport claim that no new contract offer has been tabled for Ramsey, and though Arsenal were previously confident about extending his stay at the club, the possibilities of Ramsey still at Arsenal have become distinctly remote with talks reportedly ‘breaking down’.
Should he journey over to Italy, Ramsey will be keen on emulating his compatriot John Charles who regularly competes with Gareth Bale as the country’s greatest-ever export.
The Welsh hero achieved three Serie A titles and two Coppa Italia’s in his five years stint with Juventus in the last ’50s and early 60s. Ramsey will be able to sign a pre-contract agreement with a foreign club from January 1st.
Would Arsenal fans prefer Ramsey to go to Italy rather than go to a diect EPL rival?