Emery wants Ramsey contract situation fixed
The Wales international’s Arsenal future remains up in the air, but his manager is keen for the club to tie the midfielder to a new deal
The Premier League’s transfer deadline passed without Ramsey leaving and Emery now wants to ensure the midfielder stays long-term, although he confirmed David Ospina, Carl Jenkinson and Joel Campbell could yet leave for European clubs before August 31.
“It’s not my work but, for me, it’s very important [Ramsey] stays with us,” Emery said.
Stan Kroenke controversially increased his ownership stake in the club this week and, while it was not a wholly popular move with supporters, Emery is pleased the Kroenke Sports & Entertainment chief is committed to Arsenal.
“[Kroenke] gave us his commitment with this project at Arsenal. This is positive,” he said. “His commitment to Arsenal is important.”