Why Liverpool over Man United would be a better choice for Aaron Ramsey
According to the Evening Standard, Liverpool are very much interested in signing Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey in January. The Arsenal star is yet to agree to terms on a new contract at the Emirates given his current deal expires in the summer.
The Welshman is free to talk to non-English clubs from January 1 and given that the contract talks have hit an impasse, the best option for Arsenal would be to sell their star in January rather than lose him for free in the summer.
The Evening Standard claims that a number of clubs are chasing the Welshman for his services. Manchester United are also said to be in the race but the prospect of working with Jurgen Klopp would be a far more appealing one for the Welshman.
The Red Devils tried to sign Ramsey before he left Cardiff City in 2008, and are now once again interested in acquiring his services. (Evening Standard)
But given the ongoing crisis at Old Trafford under Jose Mourinho, it would be better for the Arsenal midfielder to move to a place where the atmosphere is a lot more positive.
Though Liverpool are winless in their last four games, the Reds have made one of the best starts to a Premier League season are yet to lose a game as well. Jurgen Klopp is a keen admirer of the Welshman and he would definitely flourish under the German manager.
Ramsey seems to have moved on from his injury-ravaged past and has impressed under Unai Emery this season. He is exactly the requirement to end Liverpool’s ongoing midfield issue. The Anfield club seems to lack a sense of creativity and threat in the middle of the park.
The Welshman has been very consistent in his displays and is known for his work rate with or without the ball. He is superb at picking up the ball from deep areas and surging forward to supply the forwards.
Ramsey is known for his technical superiority on the ball and can play in a number of positions in the team.
He is certainly capable of providing and chipping in a number of goals per season. Aged just 27, the former Cardiff City midfielder has more than enough gas left in the engine before eventually hanging up his boots.
Not only can he hit new heights under Klopp but Ramsey will also surely be a regular feature. Playing in the Champions League should also prove to be an appealing prospect given that the Reds made it to the final in Kiev last season. Liverpool is definitely the better choice for Aaron Ramsey in this scenario than Manchester United.