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According to a report, Arsenal are on the brink of losing Aaron Ramsey when the transfer window opens in January due to the continuing circus surrounding Ivan Gazidis, according to Fox Sports.
Ramsey’s future has remained in doubt even after the arrival of Unai Emery as head coach.
The Spaniard, replaced Arsene Wenger in the dugout this summer, initially outlined plans to make Ramsey central to his team, according to Sky Sports News.
So far Emery has put those plans into practice, handing Ramsey three starts in four Premier League matches. The Wales international came off the substitutes bench during the game he didn’t start.
The Gunners thought they had made a major breakthrough and were on the brink of agreeing a new A$457,000-a-week deal with Ramsey last week, which would have concluded months of painstaking negotiations with their longest-serving player.
However, SunSport understands the deal remains unfinished amid growing concerns that chaos over chief executive Ivan Gazidis’s immediate future is undermining the whole process.
Arsenal’s controversial CEO is currently at the centre of a tug-of-war between the Gunners and Italian giants AC Milan, who have been brazenly pursuing Gazidis since the summer.
According to reports in Italy, Gazidis could play a key role in helping Milan in signing the Wales international, as Serie A giants are reportedly preparing a January bid in signing the 27-year-old to San Siro to avoid tough competition in getting him for free next summer