Liverpool and Manchester United are preparing to try and swoop in for a cut-price deal to sign Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey in January, according to Evening Standard.
Liverpool endeavored to rebuild their midfield in this summer, and while they succeeded in landing Naby Keita from RB Leipzig and Fabinho from AS Monaco, their £52million transfer of Nabil Fekir from Lyon fell through at the eleventh hour with the club’s medical team expressing doubts about the condition of the French international’s knee.
Meanwhile, United are currently drenched in uncertainty over the fate of Jose Mourinho, as well as Paul Pogba whose relationship with the manager is reportedly very strained. At this point, Ramsey could be seen as a non-expensive option to fill the gap should the need arise.
At Arsenal, ‘senior figures’ believe one of these clubs will approach them with acquiring the Welshman’s services in mind, and even though Ramsey’s place in the starting XI at either would be far from guaranteed, both of them could tempt him with a lucrative offer.
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