Unai Emery Does Not Expect Aaron Ramsey To Leave In January

The midfielder – who scored in Tuesday's 4-1 win over Fulham – has entered the final six months of his deal, meaning he is able to begin discussions over a free transfer to foreign clubs, with speculation suggesting Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich have all approached him.

Such is Ramsey's situation, there is a danger he could attempt to force through a move before the end of the season, but Emery does not think that is going to happen.

"At the moment he is working with us and I think yes [he will stay until the end of the season]," the Spaniard told reporters.

"He worked very well in Liverpool. Today [Tuesday] he played 15 minutes and he scored. He helped us for confidence and to earn a good result. I want from him this focus when he is playing."

However, Arsenal coach Unai Emery does not expect Aaron Ramsey to leave in January despite his contract expiring at the end of the season. It has been clear since early on in Emery's Arsenal reign that Ramsey will not going to be signing a new contract, with all parties now seemingly accepting he will depart at the end of the season.

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