AARON RAMSEY will reportedly wait until January to decide on his Arsenal.
The Welshman can leave the Gunners on a free when his contract expires next summer and club chiefs are keen to agree an extension.
Arsenal have so far failed to meet their playmaker’s demands but he is in a strong position and can speak to other clubs from January.
Ozil’s hold-out ended up netting him a £350,000-a-week deal with Gunners chiefs keen to avoid losing a prized asset for nothing.
Unai Emery dropped Ramsey for the clash against Chelsea but spoke highly of the Wales international following yesterday’s win over West Ham.
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The Spaniard said: “He worked 90 minutes. Each moment he played when the team needed him.
“His speed and experience is very important for us.
“They can give him the ball in a difficult moment because he plays with high personality.”
On his performance, Ramsey added: “Second half we created a few opportunities and it’s a new process for us.
“We had a tough start and are trying to improve every game.
“It was difficult, it was my first 90 minutes – even through pre-season – so I am glad I got that in the system.
“We are progressing every game, it was open at times, but I am glad we got a win.”