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Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is the subject of an intense transfer battle as the Premier League window enters it’s final few days.

Aaron Ramsey has entered the final twelve months of his contract at the Emirates and the Welsh International is yet to sign an extension.

Fears are rising amongst the fans that if Ramsey does not put pen to paper on a new deal then the club might have let him go for free next summer. So multiple reports are claiming that the Gunners plan to offload him this transfer window.




And by the looks of it, Aaron Ramsey has no shortage of takers.

Premier League giants Liverpool and Chelsea are interested in signing the midfielder and as things stand the Blues are closer to securing a deal than Liverpool.








As per the Sunday Express(as reported by Calciomercato), Chelsea lead the race to bag the services of Aaron Ramsey but there is also a strong possibility that the midfielder might be used as a counterweight in order to bring Ousmane Dembele to Arsenal.




Last week it was reported that Liverpool are not interested in signing Aaron Ramsey but now it seems that they are back in the race alongside Chelsea.

Arsenal seem to be holding out the transfer of Aaron Ramsey until they can secure a move for Steven N’Zonzi but with the transfer window coming to a close this might be Arsenal’s final chance to sell off the midfielder or risk losing him for free.




The Gunners have put a price tag of around £35 million on Aaron Ramsey which also happens to be the amount that Sevilla are demanding for World Cup winner Steven N’Zonzi.

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