Arsenal showcases Impressive progress under Emery climbing to the third place in the Premier League. However Rambo making a move to Italy upset fans than ever.
It’s a good time to be an Arsenal fan, with the Gunners impressing on the pitch, and they’re on course to finish in the top-four – which would be huge for Unai Emery’s team. Emery’s side climbed two points above fourth placed Tottenham Hotspur and fifth placed Manchester United to bolster their chance of qualifying for the Champions League via a top-four finish with seven games to go.
It is the first time Arsenal have been as high as third place since April 2017, highlighting their improvement since former Paris Saint Germain boss Emery replaced Arsene Wenger at the end of last season.
Aaron Ramsey’s first half strike was followed by Alexandre Lacazette’s killer second in the closing stages at the Emirates Stadium. Ramsey’s fifth goal of the season was only his second since he signed a pre-contract agreement to Juventus. He’s agreed to join Juventus at the end of the season when his contract expires at Arsenal, and it’s fair to say that with every passing week, as time edges closer to his departure, fans are getting more and more sad about the prospect.
Their have been a highlighted clip over on Twitter. Arsenal recently shared a clip of Ramsey scoring against Tottenham with a deft back heel, with the video a prime example of exactly what he’s able to do when he’s at his best.
Naturally, this has led to a lot of sadness amongst Gunners online, with lots of Arsenal fans still not quite over the fact that Rambo is going to leave this summer. They’re desperate for the club to, somehow, find a way of hanging on to him.
Fans tweeted their sadness on twitter like this.
Arsenal fans celebrated an important win yet they were upset with the fact that Welsh Midfielder also known as Arsenal Rambo won’t be a part of Emery long term plan. The player signed a four year contract with Juventus while Arsenal appreciated his performance for the past year he played with gunners and that there’s no way the deal can be reversed.