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Arsenal will be looking for a good performance when we take on West Bromwich Albion on tonight and will definitely aim to get some points in our bag after the Gunners played out a lacklustre 0-0 draw against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge last weekend.
However, we have got no shortage of inspirational players in our lineup and are looking to tie them down with new contracts to avail their services for some more seasons to come.
Reportedly, the North London club is looking to extend the contract of one of their key players, Aaron Ramsey this season, given the fact that he has been one of the best players in their midfield for the last couple of seasons.
Manager Arsene Wenger has been a big fan of his style of play and his composure in the middle of the pitch and will be interested in having him in his starting lineup in the future as well.
The 26-year-old has been a part of the Premier League outfit since 2008, following a move from the Welsh club Cardiff City. He spent a few years on loan, playing for clubs like Nottingham Forest and his former club Cardiff City before getting a permanent place in the Arsenal lineup and marshalling their midfield.
A veteran of a whopping 304 matches for the Gunners, the Welshman has been an epitome of sincerity and stability in the midfield, vying with the opposition to keep lions’ share of the ball at his disposal and bamboozling them with his brilliant skills.
The Welsh midfielder, who was instrumental in his national team’s brilliant run in Euro 2016, has only 24 months left on his contract at the Emirates and the last thing that the North London club will want is to part ways with such an inspirational player.
They are looking to offer him a new contract and tie him down at the Emirates for a prolonged time and are hoping that the player will agree to their terms and will stay back with them, which will surely be a big boost for the Gunners for the future.