Aaron Ramsey is facing an uncertain future at Arsenal following reports he does not fit in the plans of new boss Unai Emery. Speculation is rife that Emery does not rate Ramsey as much as his predecessor Arsene Wenger, but actions speak louder than words after the Welshman was left out of the side that lost 3-2 against Chelsea on Saturday.
Ramsey did start the opening day defeat against Manchester City, but Emery is said to have been left unimpressed with his performance and opted to leave him on the bench at Stamford Bridge.
The midfielder did come on to replace Mesut Ozil, but all is not well and he will find it even harder to force his way into the side when new signing Lucas Torreira is fit and ready to play.
Ramsey has just one year remaining his current deal at the Emirates Stadium, but is struggling to agree fresh terms and there is a chance he could run down his contract and leave for free, or be sold in January.
There will be no shortage of interest in the midfielder with both Chelsea and Manchester United said to be interested.