Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey might be on his way out of Emirates Stadium in January having failed to renew his contract with the North London club.
The Welshman would see his current contract expire by the end of the season and that would make him a free agent — a situation that Sven Mislintant hopes to avoid.
As a way to prevent losing the experienced midfielder as a free agent in the summer transfer market, the Gunners’ head of recruitment his willing to listen to offer from any club in the upcoming transaction period.
According to Daily Mail two weeks ago, Barcelona and Juventus had already shown their respective interests in the 28-year-old player but they haven’t bid for him.
Meanwhile, the latest news surrounding the player’s future suggest that Ligue 1 Champions Paris St-German have made a £9m bid for the Wales international.
Thomas Tuchel is hoping to add some experienced players to his midfield setup before Champions League actions return in February and he’s identified Ramsey as the best player for his team.
Another report via the Mirror revealed that PSG midfielder Adrien Rabiot is set to end his stay at the Parc des Princes stadium by the end of this season.
Tuchel is now looking at Ramsey’s direction as the perfect man to replace the Frenchman who joined the club in 2012
Why Ramsey is worth more than £9m
Irrespective of the fact that Arsenal are desperate to cash-in on the player’s signature, Emery must reject Tuchel’s laughable offer.
The experience Ramsey brings to the Gunners is far more than the amount the Ligue 1 side are ready to pay.
He has been with the Gunners since 2008 and has appeared in 350 games, this is why the player should be rated as Arsenal legend who mustn’t be released for such a ridiculous amount of money.
Believe it or not, the Welshman possess bags of quality at the middle of the pitch. The way he dictates play whenever he’s in form speaks volume about his abilities and importance to the team.
For a player of his calibre, it would be very difficult to get his replacement in the winter window because no club would want to release their top players at the middle of the season.
So, if the Gunners must part ways with the versatile midfielder in January, they shouldn’t sell him for a ‘peanut money’.