Bayern ready for Ramsey

Bayern Munich wants Ramsey

November 15, 2018

Aaron Ramsey, the Welshman, is in his last season on Emirates stadium. Bayern Munich are very interested in securing his services. The chase is still on, but they seem to want him more than other clubs. Ramsey currently have a few months left on his contract. Despite that, Chelsea and Liverpool want to secure his signature, too. According to reports, some Italian clubs are also interested in signing Ramsey. Thursday reports revealed that Bayern side is almost sure winner of this race.

Aaron Ramsey set for Bayern Munich

Source: Getty via Mirror


Ramsey’s agent thinks that he can secure a good deal for his client. Ramsey would surely be happy to join some of the Champions League clubs. Bayern Munich, according to recent reports, is very near and will probably accomplish the signing of this 27-years-old midfielder. There are few more interested sides from Europe, such as Juventus and Milan. They are interested in signing Ramsey, as they believe he is opened for Europe club move.

Emery’s thoughts

Arsenal manager Unai Emery wants to keep all players focused. Despite latest rumours about Ramsey leaving for Bayern, he expect full focused matches from him. Their recent draw with Wolves and Mkhitaryan’s late saver reveals that Arsenal are in a good form. Hopefully, they will continue the good run. Emery understands that Ramsey want to stay until the summer, rather than leaving the club in January. However, he will expect full commitment from all players, especially from Ramsey. Leaving in January or not, Ramsey will have to give his best. In his recent press conference, Unai Emery explained that he want discipline and focus:

“I want his performance to be like another player,” Emerysaid. “At the last match he started on the bench, played 35 minutes. For Monday against Leicester if he starts in first XI or the bench his focus must be to help us in the match, the same as any player. January is very far. I want every player to stay with the mentality and preparation to play together to win. The future is tomorrow, not more. Individual things are not for now.””