ARSENAL are willing to offer Aaron Ramsey to Roma in a deal which would see striker Patrik Schick head the other way, according to reports.
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SCHICK OF IT ALL
Ramsey’s future has been subject intense speculation since the Gunners top brass withdrew their contract extension for the Welshman.
Now the Gunners could be in for Schick – if these latest reports are anything to go by.
NO COMING BECK
ARSENAL are facing the increasing prospect that crocked striker Danny Welbeck will be ruled out for the season.
The England striker required oxygen after suffering a horror injury in the 0-0 draw with Sporting Lisbon on Thursday night.
HOT PEPE BACK ON MENU
UNAI EMERY will rethink his transfer plans – with Lille’s £45m winger Nicolas Pepe a renewed target as the Arsenal boss faces up to Danny Welbeck missing the rest of the season.
England striker Welbeck is due to undergo surgery this weekend after breaking his right ankle in Thursday’s Europa League win over Sporting Lisbon.
BLING AND THE YANG
PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG has been crowned the EA Sports Player of the Month for October after five goals for Arsenal.
The Gabon striker, 29, ended the Gunners three-year wait for the prestigious prize – but many fans on social media criticised Aubameyang’s selection.
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RAM IS STILL THE MAN
AARON RAMSEY could be set for a Chinese Super League adventure when his contract ends next June – but some Gunners fans still he will end up staying.
They lavished praise on the Wales midfielder on social media after he was awarded the Premier League goal of the month for October.
WAITING IN THE WENG
ARSENE WENGER reveals he has not been contacted by Real Madrid about taking over at the Bernabeu.
The Spanish giants sacked Julen Lopetegui last month with reserve team coach Santiago Solari installed as interim boss.
NOT THE FULL TICKET(S)
The Gunners host their bitter rivals next month but following discussions with their Safety Advisory Group have offered Spurs Spurs 5,233 tickets – 8.68% of their capacity, compared to the 10% they are allowed.