Barcelona and Bayern Munich are both keeping tabs on Aaron Ramsey despite Arsenal making it clear they are reluctant to sell their FA Cup hero, Metro reveals.
Ramsey scored the winning goal in extra time of the FA Cup final against Hull City to end Arsene Wenger’s nine year trophy drought and also played a massive role in his team’s early season form.
Wenger highly values the likes of Ramsey as he considers him to be a great asset for the future of the club and thinks keeping the Welshman would be more important than bringing back former captain Cesc Fabregas.
It is very unlikely that the Gunners will sell him to any club, but it is known that both Barca and Bayern are closely monitoring his situation at the Emirates.
The Catalan giants are looking to solve their troublesome midfield, one which hasn’t reached the standard they are used to and a squad overhaul is due to take place with Luis Enrique being appointed their new boss.
Pep Gaurdiola also wants to lure the midfielder to the Allianz Arena to replaceme Toni Kroos, who has only a year left on his contract as well as having been linked with Manchester United, Chelsea, and Real Madrid.