Arsenal set to sign Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Yacine Adli

Fabinho and Unai Emery

New manager, Unai Emery, however, views Ramsey as central to his plans for next season as he plans to build a team around the Welshman.

Speaking from America where Ramsey is on global duty with Wales, the midfielder told reporters that he wants to stay at the North London club after the change in management. His comments are a good sign that he fully intends to put pen to paper on a new contract.

Midfielder Ramsey only has 12 months remaining on his current contract and he will be sold if he does not agree an extension.

New manager Unai Emery wants the Wales worldwide to stay, and the club are willing to increase his wages of £110,000 a week.

It's entirely possible Ramsey will continue to keep hold of the armband, as club captain Laurent Koscielny is out of action until December with an injury, per Jeremy Wilson at the Telegraph.

The Wales midfielder scored 11 goals in 32 appearances for the club last season.

Arsenal have been planning to offer the midfielder a new deal for some time now, especially after Manchester United's interest re-surfaced a few months ago.

And it appears club chiefs have opted to place a break-clause in Emery's new deal.

Adli has apparently had long conversations with Emery already, and the project the manager has in mind for Arsenal has apparently convinced the starlet to make the move.