Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed the club’s plan to tie down experience midfielder Aaron Ramsey to the club beyond this season.
According to the Sun, the Frenchman is confident the Wales international won’t leave the Emirates stadium by the close of this season despite interest from Manchester United.
Aaron Ramsey, 27, moved to the North London club from Cardiff City in 2008 and he has been one of the most important and experienced players in Arsenal’s present squad.
He has featured in more than 320 matches for the Gunners in all competitions, winning three FA Cup trophies in the process.
Having spent eight years at Emirates, there are speculations that the £110k-weekly earner will be heading towards the club’s exit door this summer with Manchester United tipped as his next destination but that seems to be a mere speculation as the Welshman looks set to renew his contract by signing a one-year deal with the club.
As for Wenger, it looks like the Frenchman might retain his job beyond this season irrespective of the team’s final result in the Europa competition.
The 68-year-old tactician has failed in his bid to finish among the league’s top-four clubs this season and that has resulted to fans calling for his sack but according to the Sun last week, the Frenchman won’t be sacked by the Gunners board of directors until he sees off his contract which expires in 2019.