Aaron Ramsey confirms he will remain at Arsenal until his contract expires

Aaron Ramsey is out of contract at the end of the season

Aaron Ramsey is out of contract at the end of the season

Ramsey also discussed the contract talks publicly for the first time since negotiations collapsed and indicated that he had been ready to sign a new deal when the club's offer was rescinded.

"Everything has been going great with the club", said Ramsey, according to the Telegraph, whose existing contract expires at the end of the season.

Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously had reported Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is set to quit the Premier League campaigners for free at the end of the current campaign. Ramsey has become the latest big-name player who has let their contract run down at Arsenal in order to secure a well-paid move to a rival club.

However, Ramsey has now closed the door on a winter exit, revealing that he wants to achieve "something special" under new manager Unai Emery this season.

"What I do like about him and what I will always give him credit for, is that he never hides, never ever hides", Wright said on BBC 5Live. He further said, "So I just have to carry on playing my football and do my best for Arsenal this season".

'Will I stay for the rest of the season?

"That's a decision that they have made".

It is believed Arsenal's contract withdrawal came in conjunction with Emery's assessment of the player, and an unwillingness to meet the Welshman's increased wage demands.

As of January he will be available on a pre-contract basis but clubs could of course attempt to sign him on a cut-price deal from the Gunners with any fee unlikely to be any higher than €25 million.

Ramsey is now on global duty with Wales, who face the Republic of Ireland at the Aviva Stadium on Tuesday.

"I have to stick with Arsenal, they have to make this kind of stance, the amount of players we've lost in this fashion".

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