Losing Ramsey would be a massive blow for Emery’s rebuild

Losing Ramsey would be a massive blow for Emery’s rebuild

Unai Emery’s summer rebuild has gone incredibly well so far and it seems Arsenal may actually go into the season with most of their transfer business wrapped up. 

The former PSG boss has been given five new additions to his squad as he undergoes his rebuild at the club.

While the club have conducted some great business in terms of incomings, one possible dark cloud hanging over the club is the future of Aaron Ramsey. The Welsh midfielder has one year left on his current deal and as of yet hasn’t signed an extension to stay at the club.

Now the Daily Mail is reporting that Chelsea are preparing a £30 million bid for the 27-year-old who’s highly rated by Unai Emery.

The Breakdown

Following the turmoil within the club last year with the uncertainty over the futures of Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil, the Gunners cannot afford to go through that already again.

Going through months without knowing whether two of your best players will remain at the club severely affected the performance of the team.

In terms of Ramsey, the Welsh midfielder was one of the few players last season to perform near to his level. Moreover, in Emery’s 4-3-3 team, Ramsey could be vital in providing energy going forward and in defence.

After such a great summer for Arsenal, losing Ramsey in the final weeks of the transfer window to a Premier League rival would be a devastating blow for the Gunners.

So Arsenal fans, how do you feel about this? 

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