Aaron Ramsey to Bayern Munich: Update from Germany on the future of the Arsenal midfielder

There is sure to be much speculation around the future of Aaron Ramsey in the coming weeks and months.

The Welshman was expected to sign a new deal at Arsenal, but a contract offer that was on the table was rescinded by the club and the midfielder can now leave the Emirates for free in the summer.

Should Arsenal want to cash in, they would have to sell him in January, but they are unlikely to get much for a man who has only six months of his current contract left.

A number of clubs have already been linked with a move, including Liverpool, AC Milan and Bayern Munich.

And it is the German giants who have been credited with the biggest interest of late.

The German giants have struggled in the Bundesliga so far this season and sit fifth in the table and reports earlier this week suggested that Niko Kovac's side were confident they had won the race for the 27-year-old.

Reports suggested Bayern were ready to offer Ramsey a long-term contract to join the German side at the end of the season, but that may not be the case.

There are now conflicting reports coming out of Germany that there is no deal in place between the player and the club.

Bild reporter Christian Falk tweeted last night: "Our information: There is no agreement between FC Bayern and Aaron Ramsey for a transfer."

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Arsenal Latest: Arsenal confirm discussions over Super League, but insist they won't abandon Premier League

Rumours have swirled that 16 of Europe's biggest sides are looking to break off from the Champions League to form their own competition

Arsenal have confirmed they were involved in discussions over a breakaway European Super League, but have insisted they do not want to abandon the Premier League.

German magazine Der Spiegel
have reported that some of the continent's biggest clubs have been in talks about breaking free from the Champions League, and possibly their domestic leagues as well, to form a new competition.

The competition would feature 16 of Europe's biggest sides, who have grown tired of sharing revenues with smaller clubs in their domestic leagues and the Champions League.

The allegations were based on documents purportedly attained from whistle-blowers Football Leaks.

Though he has acknowledged the talks, Arsenal managing director Vinai Venkatesham insists he does not want to be a part of any competition that could damage the Premier League.

“Arsenal aren’t or never have been interested in playing in any competition that weakens the Premier League,” Venkatesham said.
"The Premier League is the world's leading league in the leading sport, we don't want to do anything to damage the Premier League.

"I see these articles that Arsenal want to break away, we never want to do any of that. But we also have to recognise we have to be in these conversations or we wouldn't be responsible.

"We have to be in the conversations, it doesn't necessarily mean we support them."

When asked if he saw a Super League in the future, Arsenal head of football Raul Sanllehi said: “Not in the short term because we have an agreement with UEFA right now – but I don’t know what the future will bring because the future writes itself.

"I don’t envision, not in the short term or medium term, radical change.

"But what I can assure you is, we think the current situation is an optimal situation. We are very proud to be in the Premier League."

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Club chief finally respond to Arsenal January transfer bid for 22-year old star

Roma’s sporting director Monchi has confirmed the club have no intention of sending Patrick Schick out on loan in January amid rumours Arsenal are trying to land the player after Danny Welbeck’s injury.
Speaking to Gianluca Di Marzio , Monchi said: “Schick? We have confidence in him, he won’t leave on loan.”

Arsenal seemed set to stay out of the January transfer window until Danny Welbeck snapped his ankle against Sporting on Thursday night. Now, they seem likely to make a move for a forward and the 22-year-old has made his way to the top of the rumour pile.

Just after Danny’s injury, reports started to emerge that the club were interested in a loan move for Roma’s Patrick Schick with the Italians keen to send the player somewhere to get some minutes. He’s only started two games all season and has just 273 minutes across eight games – an average of 34 minutes per appearance.

That’s how the story stood until this Lazio site got involved claiming that Lazio have competition for Ramsey’s signature from the Romans. They claim that Arsenal would be willing to offer Ramsey to convince Roma to part with the player, however, that only works if you believe Arsenal want to buy him instead of loan him for the rest of the season.

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Torreira speaks on what he thinks of Ozil before joining Arsenal

New Arsenal midfielder has spoken on what he thinks of German star player Mesut Ozil before joining the Emirates Stadium.

Torreira joined Arsenal from Italian side Sampdoria in the summer transfer window and has since settled to become one of the best the club can boast of as well as becoming the fans’ most loved player at the Emirates.

The Uruguay international said he has been able to settle quick and good at the Emirates Stadium as a result of the relationship he shared with his teammates especially French striker

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