Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has weighed in on the Aaron Ramsey situation at the club stating that he has the upper hand.
The Welshman is in the final year of his contract and it’s looking increasingly likely that he’ll leave the team for free
The Welshman said that he would not be leaving in January and teams like Juventus and Manchester United are interested in the midfielder.
Wenger who was Ramsey’s manager for almost a decade and also failed to renew his contract before leaving.
The Frenchman said that he tried his utmost to get Ramsey to commit to the club, but he failed in this endeavour.
“We tried that before and it still can happen.
“I don’t really know what’s happening at Arsenal. Sure, Aaron Ramsey is in a strong position now and he will use this position.
“But I don’t know how far Arsenal will go in terms of giving him a huge contract. These things were once my responsibility, but not anymore. I’m happy about that.”
Ramsey is on national duty with Wales and will return to Arsenal next week as the Gunners prepare to face off against Leicester on Monday where he might feature after his wonder goal against Fulham.