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Chelsea have finally decided not to make a move for Arsenal midfielder, Aaron Ramsey in the January transfer window.
Recall that Ramsey was set to sign a new long-term deal with Arsenal before the Gunners boss, Unai Emery instructed the club to end negotiations with the midfielder.
Ramsey’s contract expires in the summer and the Welshman, who will leave Emirates at the end of the season, is attracting the attention of Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester United.
But Daily Star is now reporting that the Blues are having second thoughts over signing Ramsey in January.
The report claimed that one of the reasons Stamford Bridge club was having a second thought in signing Ramsey was because Chelsea manager, Maurizio Sarri has been impressed with the improved form of midfielders, Ross Barkley and Ruben Loftus-Cheek in recent weeks and another midfield addiction may now not be needed in his squad.
Meanwhile, Bayern Munich are keen to tie Aaron Ramsey down to a pre-contract agreement in January, according to reports.
The Daily Mail report that the Bundesliga club have ’emerged as shock favourites’ to sign Ramsey when his contract expires. The Welshman currently has a deal lasting until the summer of 2019, meaning he can start negotiating directly with foreign clubs from January.