Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey has ruled out an exit from the club when the next transfer window opens in the New Year.
Ramsey, 27, confirmed this while speaking on international duty with the Wales national team and that he’ll continue to give his best for Arsenal until the end of his contract next summer.
The former Cardiff City player is on his way out of the club after the Gunners decided to withdraw their contract offer to him.
Aaron Ramsey has less than a year left on his contract and was reportedly offered a new four-year deal before the decision.
The 55-cap Welsh international has now ruled out an exit in January meaning that he’s most likely to run down his contract till it expires at the end of the season.
He can also start to speak with foreign clubs as from the 1st of January about a potential transfer move in the summer.
Despite his contract standoff with Arsenal, Aaron Ramsey has continued to perform well for the Gunners.
He has scored once and provided three assists in his last three games since the news of the contract withdrawal broke.
Ramsey provided two assists for both Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in the 2-0 Premier League Matchday 6 win over Everton before scoring as a substitute in the 5-1 thrashing of London rivals Fulham last weekend.
He also provided an assist for Aubameyang in the Matchday 8 game at the Craven Cottage.