Arsenal star will not be forced out by the club in January

The player is likely to wait until the summer

Aaron Ramsey joined Arsenal from Cardiff for a reported fee of £4.8 million in 2008. He has been a mainstay in the midfield since joining them, scored 58 goals and has made more than 330 appearances in all competitions.

The Welsh midfielder has entered the final of 12 months of his current deal and yet to commit himself to a long term agreement. Talks have been going on with his representative for a new contract over the past few months that have yet to result in agreement.

The London Outfit rejected a £50 million bid for his services this summer as they appeared confident of keeping him for a foreseeable future.

Premier League giants new manager Unai Emery even insisted before the start of the current campaign that he sees the Wales International as a key part of his future plans and has urged the club to offer him a new contract.

However, the player has featured in all the club’s Premier League fixtures so far this season and came on as a substitute against Brentford in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday. After losing first two games of the campaign, they have won their next 6 in a row.

But reports emerged on Thursday that talks over a new deal has broke down and the 27 year old has reportedly turned down club’s latest offer. With no new offer forthcoming it was suggested he will be made available in the January transfer window, with clubs like Juventus, AC Milan and Chelsea interested in signing him.

While Ramsey has been made available in January, Arsenal will not force him out in the winder transfer window according to the Daily Mail.

The midfielder is likely to wait until the summer as he stands to make more money on free transfer.

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