Arsenal boss Emery not planning to seek Wenger advice

Arsenal boss Emery not planning to seek Wenger advice

I want to know with my direct opinion, with my direct conversations with the player.

The Gunners completed the signings of midfielders Lucas Torreira and Matteo Guendouzi this week, adding to right-back Stephan Lichtsteiner, centre-back Sokratis Papastathopoulos and goalkeeper Bernd Leno. "Only if he is a big opportunity".

Guendouzi is Unai Emery's fifth signing as Arsenal manager since his arrival in June.

Ramsey has only one year left on his present contract with the Gunners and he's no nearer to penning a new deal in spite of his agent holding negotiations with club authorities as of late, and there have been reports claiming Arsenal will have to sell the Welsh worldwide if he refuses to sign a new contract in order for him not to leave as a free agent next summer which won't be of any gain to the North London side. Maybe we can bring in one if there's a very good possibility for them to help us, but the club has done a great job of signing new players and I am happy.

The midfielder was part of the Uruguay squad at this summer's World Cup and he completed his move after his country were knocked out by France.

"The first two weeks for us is to start knowing the club, knowing the players, knowing all the people who are working with us".

"We are looking at, looking for, who are the players whose personality is the best in the dressing room".

"My idea is to know every player and to know, also, the personality of the players", said Emery, 43.

The 27-year-old has just under a year remaining on his current deal and will be able to leave on a free transfer next summer if he fails to agree a new deal.

Guendouzi, a France U20 global, said that Arsenal is his dream club, one that he wanted to play for since childhood. "Every day every training session he is with the ambition I want".

I want to work with him.


Asked about the midfielder, Emery said: "I know him but we haven't made a move for him".

"I want to establish myself here, which would be fantastic".