Chelsea preparing move for Ramsey

Chelsea preparing move for Ramsey

The Welsh global only has one year left on his contract, but Ramsey insists that Arsenal have been focusing on resolving the future of other players first.

Chelsea are considering a bid to sign Wales worldwide Aaron Ramsey from Arsenal, according to the Daily Mail.

But perhaps they should worry about their own players' contracts, with a fog of rumour gradually building around Thibaut Courtois, who will be available for nothing in the summer of 2019 and thus a potential bargain for someone as early as this summer.

In just the last 12 months, Arsenal have lost Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to Liverpool and Alexis Sanchez to Manchester United - two clubs that are now comfortably above the Gunners. With Eden Hazard disgruntled about how poorly the team has played this season, and allegedly ready to leave should they miss out on the top four, plus Antonio Conte nearly certain to depart, this could be a summer of bewildering change at Stamford Bridge.

Speaking after the Gunners' 3-1 win over AC Milan last night, he told BT Sport: "Nothing to comment on at the moment, I think they've been busy to tie up other contracts at the moment".

When asked if he was down the list, he said with a laugh: 'Yeah I think so'.

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Chelsea raided Arsenal once this season, bringing French forward Olivier Giroud to Stamford Bridge on deadline day of the January transfer window. I don't know what you look for.

Wenger added that the values of the club would convince players to extend their contracts, with Wilshere out of contract this summer.

'That's why I always speak about values.

As if it wasn't painful enough to consider having to allow our best players to leave the club, we are now forced to envisage a future in which we will watch some key players jump ship to our rivals, who we have long-been describing as "in our shadow".

'We want our players to be proud of the values that have been created by people.

'That's what we want, that's what I want.

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