BBC journalist and ardent supporter of the North London club Arsenal David Ornstein has given the latest development on what the winter transfer window holds for Arsenal and contract rebel, Aaron Ramsey.
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The Gunners decided earlier this year that they would not be extending his terms, with Juventus swooping in to secure a deal for the midfielder. The 27-year-old midfielder has been in good form this season, providing 6 assists in the Premier League.
Football's equivalent of A Midsummer Night's Dream Changeling Boy, Aaron Ramsey finds himself the subject of yet more interest from across the continent as another massive club throws their name into the hat for the soon-to-depart Arsenal playmaker.
It was also disclosed that the former Cardiff City player will sign a four-year contract worth €8m on a yearly basis.
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Likely as a result of his expected departure, Ramsey hasn't been a regular starter for Arsenal this season.
He plays with a good spirit and he helps us. I am happy. I need this focus also from him.
He came on as a 62nd minute substitute in Arsenal's last outing against Brighton on Boxing Day, a game which ended 1-1 to leave them two points adrift of Chelsea in fourth. "Above all, I want and he should have his focus for helping us".
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