Yesterday we had heard rumours that the club were willing to sell off Aaron Ramsey to Juventus this very month in exchange of 22 million euros but the Italian side had rejected the offer.
"I don't know", he admitted.
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But Gunners chiefs made a decision to revoke their offer to the Welshman in November, meaning the player will leave on a free at the end of the season.
Arsenal know that the 28-year-old will run all day long and cover more miles than nearly anyone in the squad, but his strengths are more endurance-based than the high-energy requirements of Emery and, as a result, the contract was withdrawn and, since January 1, Ramsey has been free to talk to non-English clubs about a summer move.
Honigstein told reporters that a close source to the Gunners' dressing room revealed to him that there's nothing wrong between both parties as Ozil and Emery often discuss during training sessions. But I want him in the present with us.
But Juve want Ramsey now rather than in the summer.
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Aaron Ramsey of Arsenal holds off a tackle from Fabinho of Liverpool in the Premier League game between Liverpool v Arsenal at Anfield, Liverpool.
"Ramsey? He's a great player, we really like him and he plays for a great team".
"He's a great player, he's been at great levels for years and plays in a great team", Paratici said.
"Emery doesn't look at the contract - he looks at the player. If the transfer market gives us [an] opportunity, we can sign one or two players".
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