Arsenal linked with Juventus defender as part of Ramsey deal

Arsenal linked with Juventus defender as part of Ramsey deal

Arsenal linked with Juventus defender as part of Ramsey deal

Ramsey is set to leave the Emirates following Arsenal's decision to withdraw the offer of a new £180,000-a-week contract in September. We decided it was better for him to not play.

It's led to speculation linking Suarez with a move this month and the Mirror claim Arsenal have opened talks with Barcelona about a move to the Emirates as Emery looks to be reunited with the player in north London.

It remains uncertain whether the Old Lady will match Arsenal's asking price - however, if they choose not to and elect to wait until the summer, they risk losing him altogether this month.

Italian giants AC Milan are also tracking the Spain worldwide, but they are wanting a loan deal whereas were Barcelona to offload Suarez, they would be looking to do so in a permanent transfer.

Arsenal's head coach Unai Emery also informed after the side's victory against Blackpool in the FA Cup that Ramsey could stay in January.

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When quizzed on potential incomings last week, Emery remained coy about who the club is targeting. He said on "It's not easy to change or improve our team with the possibilities in the transfer market, but the club is working".

So we can have a little hope of new arrivals to boost the squad, but I think we would have to make sales first, and we hardly have any fit players left!

A vastly experienced player, who has won multiple titles with Bayern Munich and Juventus, Benatia is exactly the kind of addition that Arsenal are seeking.

And many predict this will eventually happen since Emery has seen a lot of Suarez during his time at Sevilla.

"I remember watching TV when he really hurt himself playing against Stoke in 2010".

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