The 27-year-old midfielder’s Gunners deal expires in the summer of 2019, and despite talks, the concerned parties have yet to reach an agreement over a new contract.
It is thought the Wales international wants a significant pay increase – believed to be double what he is currently earning (£110,000-a-week) – to stay at the Emirates long-term but Arsenal have set their stall out and will not pay up.
As such, it remains to be seen whether Ramsey will remain an Arsenal player for much longer with talk of an exit to Europe.
Chelsea were thought to be in for the former Cardiff man but that transfer never materialised.
Real Madrid will have to shell out €120m if they want to sign Valencia and Spain star Rodrigo before the August transfer window deadline slams shut.
Los Blancos have been monitoring the 27-year-old Los Che hitman, who started his career in the Bernabeu youth ranks.
However, Valencia director general Mateu Alemany has told beIN SPORTS that Rodrigo’s release clause will have to be met if he is to leave the Mestalla.
So far, Madrid have yet to lodge a bid for his services although Julen Lopetegui previously worked with the striker in the Spanish national team set-up and that could prove to be a crucial factor over his future.
The 31-year-old engine room anchor man has been linked with a switch to Paris Saint-Germain throughout the summer transfer window and the Old Lady are worried the Ligue 1 giants could clinch his signature.
As a result, the Serie A club have made a move to tie up Khedira with a new lucrative deal.
The German’s existing contract expires at the end of this season and despite Emre Can’s arrival in his position, Juventus admire the former Real Madrid player.
The development on Khedira’s contract comes following Miralem Pjanic’s renewal.