Arsenal are beginning a new era following the departure of long-term boss Arsene Wenger.
Under former PSG boss Unai Emery, Arsenal are going through changes much like Manchester United post-Ferguson. Despite losing their first two games, Arsenal got back to winning ways before the international break and beat Cardiff City and West Ham.
While things might be starting to look up for the Gunners, Aaron Ramsey’s contract saga remains a sticking point for the club. The Welshman is now within the final year of his contract and could well sign a pre-contract agreement in January.
If Arsenal do decide to let Ramsey leave the club, Danny Welbeck and Carl Jenkinson should depart the club too.
While Ramsey was one of the few players to play well for Arsenal last year, the Welshman’s future at the club looks like he may well depart the club in the near future.
Like Ramsey, Welbeck is also within the final year of his contract. The England international has never fully entrenched himself within the starting XI and has only been a squad player since he joined Arsenal from Manchester United.
While Welbeck has been a bit part player for the club, Jenkinson has become Arsenal’s forgotten man. Signed from Charlton Athletic in 2011, the 26-year-old has struggled to break into the first-team and played more games for West Ham during his two-year loan spell that he did for Arsenal.
Both he and Welbeck don’t seem to have much of a future at the club and if Ramsey goes, Arsenal should seel these two as well.
What do you think Arsenal fans?
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