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Emery says star player’s exit is sacrosanct



Unai Emery

Arsenal manager Unai Emery has made it clear that the exit of Wales international midfielder Aaron Ramsey is sacrosanct and cannot be changed anymore.

The Spanish boss stated that speaking about it is like dwelling in the past which will not be in the best interest of the team as he enjoyed the fans to move on after the former midfielder was impressive in the 2-0 win over West London outfit Chelsea.

Emery stated that the decision on Aaron Ramsey has been discussed and finalized about three months ago, stressing that the club and the player have already moved on from there.

The former PSG boss expressed delight with Aaron Ramsey as he stated that the star player has been focused on doing a good job for the team rather than being carried away with the various media reports.

Emery recalled that Ramsey walked up to him and said he was ready to play for the team when his Gunners side travelled to Blackpool and the atmosphere was difficult to handle.

However, the North London side are already in search of a replacement for the former Cardiff City midfielder but there are indications that a replacement will only join the club in the summer transfer window.