Aaron Ramsey gives Arsenal transfer update over new contract

Tyler Owen
July 28, 2018

New-look Arsenal left out controversy-hit Mesut Ozil but still impressed before they were edged 3-1 on penalties by Europa League champions Atletico Madrid in a friendly on Thursday.

And along with Arsenal's head of recruitment Sven Mislintat, another former employee of the Bundesliga side, there's a nice little quartet. Arsenal will start their Premier Campaign against the Manchester City at the Emirate Stadium and the following week the Gunners will take a trip to Stamford Bridge to play Chelsea.

Ramsey is now in the final year of his contract with Arsenal but Emery is confident the Welsh midfielder will sign a new deal and extend his stay at the Emirates.

'For me, I want him to stay with us, to work with us, to give the team the big performance. The club's previous captain, Per Mertesacker, retired in the summer so the position is vacant, and Emery believes Ramsey has the credentials to be a contender for one of the five roles on offer. "I think he is going to stay here with us".

"It's always nice to play with your old team-mates, with Aubameyang and Sokratis".

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This [Ramsey as captain] is not yet official, this decision.

"This goal Smith scored was very good for him, for the team but I think what's important for us is that everyone, the young players and new players, were working very well today", said the Spaniard.

"He is 17 years old but he has grown up in the academy and we need to give the young players the opportunity to work with us every day and play matches like today. Aaron has the condition to be one of the captains".

Winger Reiss Nelson, 19, and midfielders Matteo Guendouzi, 19, and Emile Smith-Rowe, 17, all brought different things to the table yesterday but what they offered in common is a chance for Gunners fans to have hope in the future.

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