Arsenal and Tottenham drawn together in Carabao Cup

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Coach Unai Emery had initially said he viewed Ramsey as a key part of his plans for the future after taking over from Arsene Wenger in May, and had urged the club this summer to secure his long-term commitment.

Real Madrid are now seeking a new boss and Wenger is one of most fancied names, according to bookmakers. "But at the moment I can not tell you that, because I don't even know where I'll be".

Unai Emery has called for supporters to rally behind Petr Cech following the goalkeeper's embarrassing mistake in Arsenal's 2-1 victory over Blackpool.

Ramsey was said to be frustrated with a lack of communication from Arsenal, but according to Sky Sports News, the Wales global has now been informed of the exact reasons why the offer was withdrawn.

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"But we are going to play against them in the Premier League or like now in the Carabao Cup and I am going to research a lot of information about this". "I felt I worked very hard for this club, I dedicated my whole life for this club to be in good shape when I leave it".

Wenger, in a separate interview with talkSPORT radio, was asked if Arsenal could win the Premier League this season, having last been crowned champions of England under him in the 2003/04campaign.

"You know, when you look at the last season we have had at home, we had championship form because we won 15 games, two draws and two defeats".

"But overall the quality's there".