Arsenal chief Raul Sanllehi has hinted that a decision has been made on contract rebel Aaron Ramsey and there will be no going back on it.
Sanllehi had dogged to answer the question directly when he was told if the club is willing to let the player go by stating that the club has professionals who will always make the right decision on player’s issues.
Ramsey is regarded as a major part of the Arsenal team but that might soon be history as he seems destined to leave the club at the season as a free player.
Contract talks between the player’s representative and the club had since broken down as they failed to agree over negotiations relating to personal terms.
Ramsey is believed to be eyeing a region of £350,000 a week deal but the North London side who are already overburdened by the wages of other players are unwilling to hand him such a deal.
This therefore means that the Arsenal youth player will be leaving the club, a decision that is reportedly backed by manager Unai Emery who feels a big wage for Ramsey will block his bid to add more signings at the end of the season.