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Ramsey has revealed he had expected to extend his 10-year Arsenal stay after his camp felt a new deal had been agreed with the Gunners hierarchy.

Aaron Ramsey has said he won't seek a January exit from Arsenal and that he thought he had reached a new deal with the club before contract talks broke down.

The Welsh midfielder has been subject to interest from Man United in the past, nearly moving to Old Trafford instead of Arsenal as a youngster.

Liverpool and United are now looking to take advantage of this by making a cut-price move for the Welsh global - offering Arsenal a transfer fee instead of them letting him leave on a free.

Ramsey said, "Everything has been going great with the club". Liverpool and Manchester United are both interested but it remains to be seen if any formal offers are made. "'That's all I am concentrating on, giving my best for Arsenal".

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This has since opened the door for Ramsey to part company with the club despite making a fine start to the season, and speculation has already been gaining serious traction about possible future destinations for the Welshman.

Although the Arsenal man prefers to stay in England, a near guarantee of medals and playing alongside top players such as Cristiano Ronaldo could propel him to join the Old Lady. "I am going to do my best now this season to try and achieve something special".

Wales global Ramsey is the Gunners longest serving player having moved to North London in 2008 from Cardiff City.

He further said, "So I just have to carry on playing my football and do my best for Arsenal this season".

Rather than letting him go - probably to a rival - for free they are choosing to cash in what they can in January.


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