‘He wants to do something important for the supporters’: Unai Emery urges Aaron Ramsey to make a major impact for Arsenal before leaving for Juventus
- Unai Emery has urged Aaron Ramsey to impress in his last weeks at Arsenal
- Ramsey has signed a pre-contract agreement to secure move to Juventus
- Welshman wants to win Europa League and help Gunners finish in the top four
Arsenal head coach Unai Emery has urged Aaron Ramsey to make an important contribution during his final weeks at the club.
Ramsey has signed a pre-contract agreement which will see him join Juventus in the summer but before then the Wales international is determined to make a major impact for Arsenal, the club that he has represented for the past eleven years.
Emery praised Ramsey for his ‘very amazing attitude’ in a difficult situation.
Unai Emery has urged Aaron Ramsey to make an impact in his last weeks at Arsenal
As reported by The Mirror, Emery said: ‘It’s not easy for him after he signed for Juventus but his focus is to help us and his attitude is a very amazing attitude towards each training session.
‘I continued speaking with him about doing something very important in the last matches here in two competitions that are very important for us.
‘He wants to do something important for the supporters and I want to do something important with for him in his last matches here.’
Ramsey is aiming to help Arsenal win the Europa League and secure a top four finish
Ramsey has been among the goals for Arsenal recently – he scored against Napoli in the Europa League and was also on target against Newcastle in the Premier League.
AARON RAMSEY’S RECORD THIS SEASON
Premier League: 27 appearances, four goals, six assists
Europa League: Six appearances, two goals, one assist
Carabao Cup: Three appearances
FA Cup: Two appearances
Total: 38 appearances, six goals, eight assists
Arsenal are looking to win the Europa League and secure a top four finish in the Premier League, with their ultimate aim being to return to the Champions League next season, where they could come up against Ramsey and Juventus.
Earlier in the season Ramsey found it difficult to command a regular place in the starting lineup under Emery, but as the campaign has progressed the 28-year-old has become an increasingly important part of the Spaniard’s plans.
Arsenal face Watford away in the Premier League on Monday, with Emery’s side seeking to improve their disappointing form on the road – they have won just five out of 15 away matches in the top flight this campaign.
Ramsey has won three FA Cups during his time at Arsenal and scored the winning goal in the 2014 and 2017 finals against Hull and Chelsea respectively.
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