How Arsenal would have settled without Aaron Ramsey
The North London outfit Arsenal are set to part ways with Wales international Aaron Ramsey and that is set to be a big blow to the club especially if a viable replacement is not brought in before the start of the season.
Aaron Ramsey joined the Arsenal team as a youth player from Cardiff City and grew to become an important player in the club after establishing himself as one of the best midfielders in the English Premier League.
However, it is claimed that his exit is coming at the time when the Arsenal team ought to benefit from his wealth of experience and quality.
Aaron Ramsey has already agreed on a deal to join the Italian Serie A outfit Juventus on a four-year-deal with an announcement already made.
Meanwhile, pundits have argued that the North London outfit would have had no reason to regret over the exit of the Wales international if they had not taken the decision to let go of Serge Gnabry for a fee of £5 million in 2016.
The star player has now grown to maturity in his game and a major force in the German Bundesliga outfit Bayern Munich.
It is suggested that the team would now be built around him ahead of the coming season with a number of players expected to leave.