Aaron Ramsey may be nearing the end to his Arsenal career at the Emirates.
Ramsey, Arsenal’s longest serving player entered the last run on his contract at the club and against suggestions that talks have reportedly started between the Welshman and Arsenal, the midfielder continues to be linked with an exit away from the club.
The Sun is claiming that AC Milan are keen on signing the midfielder, as they look to patch their centre before the second half of the Serie A season.
Backed by Italian news outlet Gazetta dello Sport, the publication said that Arsenal top banana CEO Ivan Gazidis could be the key in sealing Ramsey’s move.
The Italian outfit want Ivan Gazidis in the engine room of the club’s affairs. Gazidis remains an important figure in the Emirates, since joining 10 years ago and Arsenal want him to stay.
With his [Gazidis] transfer to join the Italian side already picking pace, Ramsey future is at threat and could say goodbye to the rest of Emery’s squad in January.
Ramsey has been one of the Gunners standout players and his presence in Arsenal games, from previous stats, showed how much he can drive Arsenal to a win.
Since joining from Cardiff City in 2008, Ramsey has racked up 333 appearances for the north London clubs, including finding the back of the net 58 times, for the club.