Aaron Ramsey representatives deny Arsenal demands

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Liverpool transfer news LIVE Arsenal may agree to sell Aaron Ramsey

Dean Saunders believes that Liverpool FC should make a move to sign Aaron Ramsey from Arsenal before Thursday's transfer deadline.

Arsenal fans will be delighted to read what Jamie Redknapp has to say about the future of Aaron Ramsey.

That's according to former Tottenham midfielder Jamie Redknapp.

Arsenal are now sitting on one of their best transfer windows in years, after shrewdly making necessary additions to their squad and look all set for the season without any uncertainty.

Chelsea is interested in Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey and reports say that the blues will soon launch a £35million bid for the Welsh worldwide before the summer transfer window closes.

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Unai Emery will not be happy with the transfer rumours linking Aaron Ramsey away from Arsenal because he has said for long that the Welsh global is an important player for him because he hopes to create his squad around the midfielder.

Sarri, who has missed out on several Italian targets, will turn to Ramsey, who is yet to sign a new deal at Arsenal.

The Reds will be aiming to be one of the main contenders for the Premier League title next season after they finished in fourth place and without a trophy last term. Redknapp feels, Ramsey belongs at Arsenal and went on to suggest that he could be their Frank Lampard in the coming years.

Unai Emery is desperate to keep hold of Ramsey as the Welsh worldwide has been a key player for Arsenal having provided 59 goals and 57 assists in 331 appearances since joining from boyhood club Cardiff City 10 years ago and he scored some vital goals to help win 3 FA Cup's in the last five seasons.

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