Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey joined the Gunners from Cardiff City in 2008 and he developed to be one of the key members of Arsene Wenger’s team before the Frenchman end ties with the North London club.
Unai Emery replaced the 68-year-old manager ahead of this season but the Spaniard is facing a huge task to keep the Welshman at the Emirates Stadium.
Ramsey’s contract expires by the end of this season but Emery is doing all he could to have the player around for more seasons.
In this light, former Arsenal player Nigel Winterburn has advised that Emery to ensure the player commit his future to the team
According to Winterburn while speaking with Sportingbet, Chelsea and Manchester United are set to make move for his service as soon as they realize how serious he wants to leave the team.
‘I think Manchester United and Chelsea will both battle it out to sign him if they feel he is seriously
considering leaving Arsenal.’ Winterburn told Sportingbet.
The Blues were reportedly interested in Ramsey’s service during the summer window but they couldn’t complete their mover before the end of the transaction period.
Just as Chelsea, Manchester United manager José Mourinho is also keen on having the 28-year-old at Old Trafford amid Pogba’s uncertain future.
The Portuguese manager has told his employers that the former Cardiff man is one of his prime targets when the winter transfer market reopens.
Losing Ramsey will surely be a huge blow for Unai Emery who needs an experienced player in his team.