Do you think Bayern should really sign Aaron Ramsey?
Bayern Munich are confident they have won the race to sign Aaron Ramsey.
Aaron Ramsey has attracted interest from a plethora of clubs after it was confirmed he will not be signing a new contract with Arsenal.
But the latest reports say that Bayern Munich have made a major breakthrough in talks with the Welshman and believe they have pretty much secured the services of the Cardiff City youth product.
Premier League clubs also intrested int player include Liverpool and Chelsea.
But German champions Bayern Munich believe that they have won the race to sign the Wales international.
There has been a recent breakthrough in talks and now Ramsey is expected to sign a long-term contract at the Allianz Arena from the start of next season.
BREAKING: FC Bayern are set to sign Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey on a free transfer next summer. There has been a recent breakthrough in talks and Ramsey is expected to sign a long term contract at Allianz Arena [@JackPittBrooke] pic.twitter.com/jpR4fJAMLR
— Bayern & Germany (@iMiaSanMia) November 15, 2018
Bayern are currently struggling in the Bundesliga, stuck in fifth place, seven points behind leaders Borussia Dortmund.
Manager Niko Kovac is under pressure and the club have been looking hard for new players to refresh a tired squad.
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This summer they signed Leon Goretzka from Schalke on a free transfer four-year deal, and the deal for Ramsey is thought to be on similar lines.
Bayern are also interested in Eintracht Frankfurt pair Ante Rebic and Luka Jovic, while they try to find a buyer for former Manchester United target Jerome Boateng in January.
Ramsey signed a five-year deal at Arsenal in March 2014 and has been running it down so that he could leave on a free transfer in summer 2019.
There has been little prospect of him agreeing a new contract at the Emirates and now he will likely be playing his football abroad next season.