Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey: I won't leave in January despite contract breakdown

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The player has now returned to full-contact training with his Arsenal teammates, and is therefore expected to be available for the club's next Premier League game against Leicester City on October 22.

According to a UK Sun report, the 27-year-old Welshman has been repeatedly linked with a January exit after talks over a new deal with Arsenal chiefs failed to materialize.

Asked if he was disappointed that the contract offer was withdrawn, he replied: 'That's a decision they have made.

"Would I stay for the rest of the season?"

"That's all I am concentrating on and giving my best for Arsenal".

Ramsey has been at Arsenal for 10 years and it is expected foreign clubs will propose pre-contract agreements for next summer when the winter window opens.

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The Wales international's future is uncertain at the north London side given the versatile midfielder hasn't committed to a new contract at Arsenal.

Reacting further, Ramsey, who is now Arsenal's longest-serving squad member insists he was not disappointed after he failed to agree a new contract was Arsenal chiefs. After months of speculation, Ramsey opens up on when he is leaving Arsenal.

Considering the earlier situation of Arsenal with Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil and Jack Wilshere, Arsenal now know he won't leave in January.

Arsenal handed Mesut Ozil a contract worth a reported £350,000 a week back in February to make the former Germany worldwide the highest paid player in their history.

If that doesn't happen and Ramsey continues to not perform well then Arsenal might lose one of its stars in summer.

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