David Seaman has criticised Arsenal’s hierarchy for letting Aaron Ramsey leave for free with no money to buy new players at the club.
The Gunners midfielder will join Juventus at the end of the season on a free transfer agreeing terms with the Serie A outfit on a deal reported to be worth up to £400,000 a week.
Although that move has been in the pipeline for a while, ex-goalkeeper Seaman says he is still angered by the circumstances in which the Welsh player has been allowed to leave Arsenal.
“I’m still fuming at the fact we’re going to lose Ramsey,” the former England ‘keeper told talkSPORT.
“It gets even more frustrating with the fact they’ve announced Emery only has around £40million to spend in the summer.
“That’s what you’d have to pay to get someone like Ramsey, probably a little bit more.
“It’s demoralising for me and I’m sure it’s even more demoralising for the fans to hear that and then to see quality players leaving the club.
“It’s even more frustrating the fact that it’s for nothing, that’s why he’s getting so much money at Juventus. I just don’t get it, I don’t know what the forward thinking is.
“The fact that Emery gets one transfer window and he gets told he can only do loan deals, now we’re looking at the end of the season where he only has £40million to spend.