Premier League transfer news: Aaron Ramsey, Raheem Sterling, Ethan Ampadu

Could Ramsey leave Arsenal and join Gazidis at AC Milan?

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Arsenal signed Welsh midfielder Aaron Ramsey from Cardiff City for £5m in 2008
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Premier League transfer news and rumours

Aaron Ramsey: Arsenal to AC Milan

Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis announced yesterday that he is leaving the Emirates for AC Milan. According to reports in Italy, he wants to take Aaron Ramsey with him.

Welsh midfielder Ramsey is out of contract next summer and has been linked with a number of clubs in Europe. But with Gazidis now at the helm at the San Siro he is reportedly “already plotting a January move” for the 27-year-old. (The Guardian)

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Cristian Pavon: Boca Juniors to Arsenal

Despite the management reshuffle, Arsenal have already held talks with Boca Juniors over Argentina winger Cristian Pavon. (Football.London)

Sterling and City to have new talks

Yesterday it was reported that contract talks between Raheem Sterling and Manchester City had stalled, but Sky Sports says the rumours were inaccurate. The England forward’s agent and the Premier League champions are set to sit down before the end of the month. Sterling’s current City contract ends in the summer of 2020.

Ampadu signs new deal at the Bridge

Chelsea youngster Ethan Ampadu has signed a five-year contract extension. The new deal keeps the 18-year-old Wales international at Stamford Bridge until 2023. (Sky Sports)

Benteke ‘fighting’ for Palace future

Crystal Palace striker Christian Benteke is “facing a fight to revive his Crystal Palace career”. The Belgian has struggled at Selhurst Park and has only scored twice this year. (Daily Mail)

Depay: I have become a much better player

Dutch forward Memphis Depay believes he’s become a better player since leaving Manchester United for Lyon. The 24-year-old, who departed Old Trafford in January 2017, returns to Manchester tonight when Lyon play Man City in the Champions League.

He told the BBC: “Everybody knows the story of me and Manchester United was not successful. Everybody can see that and I can feel it myself. I can look back and say I didn’t want it to go like that – nobody did – but things happened. You go through experiences in life on and off the pitch.

“When I came back today [to Manchester] I felt like a different person. I’m just happy that I’m the player I am today. I became a much better player. I can feel it in games and everyone can see it.”

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