Published: Fri, July 27, 2018
Arts&Culture | By Matthew Castillo

Aaron Ramsey 'unsure' of Arsenal future - Premier League 2016

Aaron Ramsey 'unsure' of Arsenal future - Premier League 2016

New Arsenal head coach Unai Emery is said to be keen to further improve his options in central midfield despite already signing Uruguayan midfielder Lucas Torreira from Sampdoria this summer and has named Nzonzi as his main target. Despite the fact that a majority of Arsenal's first team attack played, they couldn't penetrate the strong Atletico defense and lost 3-1 in the penalty shootout. He's a very good person, a very good professional.

"I've had a few conversations with him about the way we want to play".

"As I said, it's better for him if the situation is resolved quicker, we will see". "I am with the players and those who have arrived this week, I am very happy with and I said at the last press conference that if there is an opportunity to try to sign one player, then we are looking".

Mesut Ozil of Arsenal sits at the players bench during a match against Atletico Madrid at the International Champions Cup match in Singapore on July 26, 2018.

"Aaron is an important player for us, and the contract is one thing for the club and the player".

And while Ramsey was his captain on Thursday, Emery insisted that no decision has been made yet about who will take over from Per Mertesacker permanently this season.

In a recent interview during the club's pre-season tour, new manager Emery stated that he hopes and believes that Gazidis will stay at the Emirates: "I speak every day with him".

As well as a wage hike there is the added incentive that the 27-year-old midfielder is one of the contenders for the captaincy following Per Mertesacker's retirement and the long-term injury to Laurent Koscielny.

However, the 29-year-old's high £35 million (Dh120m) release clause could prove problematic in the north London side's attempts to get the deal over the line. "He started today because his performance is good each day in training".

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