I have just read an interesting take on the Ramsey situation on Bild, who are ever the mouthpiece for Bayern Munich, and they are saying that the Arsenal midfielder is far from agreeing a deal with the Germany giants. Bild reported the earlier rumours from England and then explained why it was far from certain.
It seems that I am going to be eating my words after saying there was no way one of the European giants would be clambering to sign Aaron Ramsey after Arsenal withdrew his contract extension, but according to today’s Independent it is practically a done deal that Bayern Munich are going to secure his signature.
Mata to Arsenal in the summer of 2019 by Neil Watson
Amid interest from Arsenal to sign Juan Mata as a replacement for the outgoing Cesc Fabregas the deal looks like it may finally come to fruition 7 years later than originally forecast….
Well we are used to hearing some strange Arsenal transfer rumours from TV pundits, but rarely do you get Adrian Durham so certain that a deal is done. It appears that he received some breaking news while he was appearing live on TalkSport.
All the Arsenal transfer rumours so far have been about Aaron Ramsey, who is out of contract this summer, but no-one seems to be worried about losing Danny Welbeck, who has been arguably performing much better than the Welshman this season.
So it seems that Arsene Wenger is going to be reunited with the former Arsenal CEO Ivan Gazidis at the Italian giants AC Milan in January, as it is being reported today….
There is an interesting article this morning quoting the ex-Liverpool FC midfielder Steve McMahon, who reckons that Aaron Ramsey is exactly what Jurgen Klopp needs to take his side to the next level. He said: “Liverpool would do well to get him,”
It’s not even the silly season yet and there are already some ridiculous Arsenal transfer rumours coming out. After it was revealed that Liverpool had no intention of going in for Aaron Ramsey in January, the papers have come up with a new favourite to sign the Welshman, and it is none other than Bayern Munich!