Arsenal manager Unai Emery expects star midfielder Aaron Ramsey to still be at the Emirates at the end of the summer transfer.
Soon after Emery’s appointment as Gunners boss, it was widely reported that he would make Ramsey one of the players he would build his new look Arsenal side around.
However, the Wales midfielder revealed yesterday that he was no closer to signing a contract extension with the club he joined from local side Cardiff City back in 2008, amid links to a move to Serie A side Lazio.
However, his new manager has admitted that he sees Ramsey as an important player and expects him to remain a Gunner;
“Football changes every day. It’s not easy. For that, I am thinking the match today first, then training tomorrow, then the match Saturday, with an important player here,” Emery told a press conference during his sides pre-season tour to Singapore.
“Aaron is an important player for us, and the contract is one thing for the club and the player. For me, I want him to stay with us, to work with us, to give the team the big performance.
“I think he is going to stay here with us.”