Man Utd tabled £50M bid for Arsenal midfielder Ramsey

Man Utd tabled £50M bid for Arsenal midfielder Ramsey

Unai Emery, the Arsenal head coach, intends to keep playing Aaron Ramsey despite a club decision to withdraw a contract offer that will nearly certainly lead to the midfielder's departure next year.

Bernd Leno stepped in for his Premier League debut and did not waste the opportunity, making fine saves from Troy Deeney and Roberto Pereyra in the late 2-0 victory.

An 81st-minute Craig Cathcart own-goal saw the hosts go ahead before Mesut Ozil tucked home just two minutes later to secure the points.

With his current contract set to expire next summer, the Welsh worldwide has been in talks with Arsenal over a new long-term deal.

Aaron Ramsey looks set to leave Arsenal next summer after the Gunners withdrew the 27 year-old's new contract agreement.

Ozil became the best paid player in Arsenal's history back in February after the German playmaker put pen to paper on a deal thought to be worth around £350,000.

Butler now prefers to be traded to the Miami Heat
The Heat enter '18-19 with a almost identical roster as last season, when they went 44-38 to secure the No. 6 seed. One can only hope that the next team doesn't have to give up so much for Butler, especially in a contract year.

Explaining his own exit earlier this month, Gazidis - who was instrumental in the appointment of Emery - said: "I know many will think this is a odd time to be leaving but I believe it is the right time for me and for the club".

"I think he was content to wait for this moment and now it is arriving".

"The manager said he wanted to bring in a winning mentality".

"I have known and I'm going to know this same situation again because the football career for a player is very short".

"In the second half, we scored two goals but we conceded two good chances for them".

"I'm a little bit disappointed because I think we have done a great performance and I think we deserve more than this result", Gracia told the BBC.

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