Published: Sun, March 18, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Chelsea Reportedly 'Monitoring' Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey Ahead of Squad Overhaul

Chelsea Reportedly 'Monitoring' Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey Ahead of Squad Overhaul

The 27-year-old, who has scored six goals and has eight assists this season, has actually revealed that there is now no movement with regards him extending his stay at The Emirates.

According to the report by Mirror, Chelsea are set for a squad overhaul following this year's failed season, and Ramsey has emerged as their target.

The midfielder broke into the Madrid first-team last season after an impressive loan spell at Espanyol and has netted 20 goals in 77 career appearances for the Spanish giants.

Having an experienced midfielder like Ramsey could be beneficial for the Blues as the Welshman could compliment with N'Golo Kante in the middle and solve Chelsea's midfield woes.

The Gunners persuaded Bellerin to commit to a new deal until 2023, despite interest from Man City and Barcelona.

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But when asked if Arsenal will take a different approach, Wenger replied: "No not at all".

Aaron Ramsey, on the other hand is one of the few options Arsenal have in the midfield department with Xhaka and Wilshere being the others.

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The Gunners were involved in long-running contract sagas with Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil, which eventually led to the former joining Manchester United in January and the latter penning new terms last month, while Jack Wilshere's deal expires at the end of the campaign.

As talks about an extension have not yet started, the Blues could be prepared to launch a bid and get the player at a lower price than if he was tied to a long-term deal. Despite his permanently non-plussed demenour which so often makes you want to give him a shake, the France star is popular at Old Trafford, regardless of his struggles to hold down a place in Jose Mourinho's XI.

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