Bayern Munich Believe They Have Won The Race To Sign Aaron Ramsey
Aaron Ramsey has attracted interest from a plethora of clubs after it was confirmed he will not be signing a new contract with Arsenal.
But the latest reports say that Bayern Munich have made a major breakthrough in talks with the Welshman and believe they have pretty much secured the services of the Cardiff City youth product.
According to Jack Pitt-Brooke from The Independent, Ramsey is poised to join the Bavarian club on a free transfer in the summer and they are confident he will sign a long-term deal.
Understand there has been a recent breakthrough in talks and Ramsey is due to sign a long-term contract from this summer.
- Jack Pitt-Brooke (@JackPittBrooke) November 15, 2018
Breaking: @FCBayern believe they won the race to sign Aaron Ramsey after a breakthrough in negotiations. He is now expected to join the Germans on a long-term contract next season. Full story.https://t.co/nUPiUdqYfJ- Arsènic:tm: (@MrArsenicTM) November 15, 2018
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BREAKING: FC Bayern are set to sign Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey on a free transfer next summer. There has been a recent breakthrough in talks and Ramsey is expected to sign a long term contract at Allianz Arena [@JackPittBrooke] pic.twitter.com/jpR4fJAMLR- Bayern & Germany (@iMiaSanMia) November 15, 2018
Ramsey joined from hometown club Cardiff as a youngster and has won three FA Cups in his time at the North London club.
He won the club's Player of the Season award in 2013/14 and 2017/18 but he and the club have been very far apart in contract negotiations and after his tenth and final season with the Gunners, the 27-year old will now move onto a new challenge in the form of Bayern.
Ramsey looks set to become the latest British player to head to the Bundesliga, though he's at a very different stage of the likes of Jadon Sancho and Reiss Nelson, the Arsenal youngster currently tearing it up on loan at Hoffenheim.
Will Ramsey be a good addition for Bayern? Is it better for Arsenal to lose him for free to them rather than a Premier League rival?
Sound off in the comments.
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