Aaron Ramsey’s Arsenal Regret

I wonder if Aaron Ramsey now regrets leaving Arsenal?

Yes, he has a Serie A medal that will now be tucked away in a safe somewhere, but after starting just 11 league games for the Old Lady, his time in Turin could be over after just one season.

He never really fitted Maurizio Sarri’s style of play and he is reportedly ‘unwanted’ by new manager Andrea Pirlo.

Yes, he has earned himself a lot of money (£400,000 a week) and has an Italian league title win added to his Wikipedia page, but I bet there is plenty of regret in his mind.

Arsenal had a contract on the table for many months that Ramsey was reportedly happy with. Meanwhile his agent continued to pimp his client round Europe to drum up interest. Eventually Arsenal got bored of his agents behaviour and pulled the deal.

He certainly does not look overly happy to be a winner.

Other Arsenal news about at the moment is a couple of youngsters off on loan.

Zak Swanson has joined MVV Maastricht whilst Zech Medley has gone to Gillingham.

Probably a make or break move for the pair who are both now 20-years-old. If they are to break into Arsenal;s first team squad in 12 months time, they will have to rise to the top during their respective time away.



1 thought on “Aaron Ramsey’s Arsenal Regret

  1. Phil

    Perfect example of the problem with agents / the grass is always greener. I get tired of this narrative that all of a sudden Arsenal irrationally pulled a contract from right under Ramsey’s pen. He seems to have had every opportunity to commit to us and didn’t – as much as I would have liked him to stay I don’t blame the club for what they did.



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