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Arsenal´s Aaron Ramsey is being ambitious for the 2017-18 season

Aaron Ramsey has been performing with the English outfit Arsenal since June of 2008 for a price tag of £4.8 million which is an extremely low amount for a player who has established himself as one of the most influential figures of the English Premier League club.


Taking into consideration just how much money is being offloaded now days by top clubs as they splash out a significantly large fee for players who eventually do not live up to their price tag, £4.8 million is a steal for a performer that has helped Arsenal in lifting 3 FA Cups and 2 FA Community Shields.

Ramsey has consistently been included in the first team of Arsene Wenger with over 20 appearances in almost every single season and the Welshman was even named as Arsenal´s Player of the Season of 2013-14.

These are just a few of the more noteworthy things that Aaron Ramsey has achieved during his time spent at the Emirates Stadium as well as his contributions to Arsenal for a player who only cost £4.8 million.

In 8 seasons spent wearing the Arsenal jersey, the pieces of silverware that Aaron Ramsey has won is: The FA Community Shield and the FA Cup. However, the Welshman wants to do bigger things and win more trophies as the 26 year old recently said:

“It means a lot for us to win silverware and having something to show for your hard work. Hopefully there will be some more next season. I love the competition and to score ¬another FA cup winner was a great feeling, it’s ¬living out your ¬childhood dreams. It was a great feeling to win the FA Cup again. I’m always trying to improve as a player and will continue to try to do that.”

The 26 year old Welshman also continued on saying that he wants to help his national side in qualifying for the upcoming FIFA World Cup which is something that Wales has not been able to do since 1958.