Arsenal Chiefs Reveal New Transfer Decision After Win Over United

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Arsenal chiefs have announced after the Manchester United match that they will be approaching transfers in a new way henceforth.

In the statement issued to fans by Josh Kroenke during a meeting held on Monday, it was revealed that the club will now be aggressive with players that would want to see out their contracts.

Alexis Sanchez is one player who almost left for free if not that the club acted fast to sell him to their rivals. Had they waited a few months more, the Chilean international would have earned them nothing.

Soon Aaron Ramsey will be heading out as a free agent when his contract expires at the end of the season.

Following a stall in talks over a contract extension for the midfielder at the Emirates, Juventus made an offer and have sealed pre-contract agreement in January.

The Wales international's case seems to have opened the eyes of the Arsenal board as they have vowed to be more ruthless with players who will refuse to commit to the club when called upon to do so.

At a meeting with managing director Vinai Venkatesham and director of football Raul Sanlleh in attendance, the son of the Arsenal majority shareholder, said that players that prove stony-hearted during negotiations will be sold out to avoid any form of monetary losses.

Ramsey's Emirates Stadium exit after 11 years since joining from Cardiff will be a very big pain for the Gunners as they look to return to the glory days.

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