Aaron Ramsey 'unsure' of Arsenal future - Premier League 2016

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Ramsey wore the armband for Arsenal in their preseason friendly against Atletico Madrid on Thursday before being taken off 60 minutes into the 1-1 draw, with the Gunners then losing on penalties.

Speaking last month, Emery said: "I know him but we haven't made a move for him".

Our first official pre-season game was a comprehensive 8-0 victory over Boreham Wood while we've also played a couple of behind closed doors matches at the training ground Crawley and Brentford.

"He has a lot of experience, which will be good for the group and the team, and his incorporation has always been positive".

The match ended 1-1 after 90 minutes and had to be settled by a shoot-out, won 3-1 by the Spanish LaLiga side with reserve goalkeeper Antonio Adan scoring the decisive penalty for Atletico.

Aaron Ramsey 'unsure' of Arsenal future - Premier League 2016

Arsenal boss Unai Emery gave action to new signings Bernd Leno, Sokratis Papastathopoulos and Matteo Guendouzi but it was 17-year-old Smith-Rowe who took his chance with a fine individual goal.

Said Emery: "The system for me isn't the most important". I want him to stay with us, to work with us, to give the team big performances with his quality. "Aaron has the condition to be one of the captains".

Emile Smith Rowe might not be a household name, but he has been with Arsenal since the age of nine and is already an Under-17 World Cup victor with England. "Very young kids, but we have been working with them these days to integrate them into a group which has been working together for seven years, with a very strong defensive structure".

However, the 29-year-old's high £35 million (Dh120m) release clause could prove problematic in the north London side's attempts to get the deal over the line.

"Obviously, I came from the academy the same way Emile did, and I'm very happy that our club push these players the way they do". "As I said, it's better for him if the situation is resolved quicker, we will see".

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