Following the departure of Arsene Wenger as the boss after almost two and a half decades, many thought the new man in charge would face a tough time in getting them back to the glory days of old.
However, Unai Emery has certainly proved everyone wrong, as the Gunners now find themselves close to the title contenders, and are on a 13-match unbeaten run in all competitions.
While Wenger left behind some big names for Emery to handle in the likes of Aubameyang, Lacazette, Ozil, and Mkhitaryan, there is one person that is not seen as a part of the club’s future.
The Welshman was disappointed when he realized he was not a part of the bigger picture at the Emirates, and had also demanded an answer asking why that was the case.
The player, however, seems to have accepted the fact that his decade-long run in London is coming to an end, which included 341 appearances and 59 goals since joining from Cardiff City for just under £5m in 2008.
During the tough times for Wenger, he was the go-to man on multiple occasions, and was influential in their 2014, 2015, and 2017 FA Cup winning runs, scoring the winner in two of those finals.
Emery has been impressed with Ramsey’s recent performances, but the manager was also quick to point out: “But, for me, for us and for the team, it’s about being together and getting better and in each training for us.”