Three things Arsenal fans should expect to see if Raul Sanllehi gets his way
Times are changing at the Emirates Stadium with Arsenal finally putting the club’s future first.
Too long had the North Londoners been playing second fiddle to their own players, let alone rivals, with high-profile names demanding bumper deals or they would walk.
Early money men of Samir Nasri and former-captain Robin Van Persie moved on for pastures new at Manchester City and then United before it appeared the Gunners had got things on the right path.
That was until Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil’s contract dramas dragged the club back to where it fought to move away from, and now, just a year on, the drama is going strong once more but this time with Aaron Ramsey.
The Welsh midfielder is a club legend already thanks to his direct involvement in two FA Cup triumphs, yet has entered into the final year of his deal and looks set to walk for free in the summer after a parting gift from Ivan Gazidis was taken off the table by his successor.