Former Paris Saint-Germain and Sevilla boss, Unai Emery, who was earlier this week confirmed as Arsene Wenger’s successor intends to make Aaron Ramsey and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang his main attacking weapons at Arsenal, according to Sky sources.
The incoming new Gunners boss revealed in his interview his hopes for Ramsey, who has just a year left on his current contract, and Aubameyang, a January signing from German side, Borussia Dortmund to play important roles.
Following Wenger’s departure from the north London club, Ramsey’s future has been widely speculated on, having failed to agree a new deal after several talks.
Ramsey did not feature in the promotional material for Arsenal’s new home kit on Tuesday, however, and neither did Jack Wilshere, whose contract expires next month.
But Wilshere, who missed out on the England World Cup squad, is understood to be close to agreeing a new deal.
Aubameyang has scored 10 goals in 12 appearances in the league since signing for the Gunners in a club-record £60m deal.