Former Liverpool and Wales striker Ian Rush, 54, has told reporters that Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey would be well suited to Barcelona's style of play. The talented 25-year-old, who has been at the Emirates since 2008, continues to progress at a steady rate in an ever-improving Gunners' team.
However, the Welshman has been linked with the La Liga giants in the past and admitted himself that he'd think about a move to Spain - if it was offered to him in future. Rush believes that Ramsey would walk into Luis Enrique's side, given the way he plays.
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As quoted by Wales, Rush said he feels the way Barça play "suits" the 25-year-old.
"Aaron likes to get forward and score goals, and his sense of duty in midfield would be less there than it is at Arsenal. He would be a great pick if he went somewhere like that."
Reports in the Express suggest Spanish scouts have watched Ramsey plenty of times already this season - and when asked about the transfer links last summer, Ramsey admitted he was "flattered" but focussed on the job at hand with Arsenal. Arséne Wenger is a big admirer of Ramsey, and although he's reluctant to let him go, he wouldn't stand in the way of a dream move. Especially when reports suggest Granit Xhaka could be on his way to north London this summer.
A transfer fee would be anywhere in the region of £50-60million pounds for the midfielder, whilst these quotes reveal plenty about Ramsey's forward-thinking future.
"One day I would like to go over to Spain to play just to see what it’s like and to experience that. But at the moment I’m with Arsenal and I feel like this Arsenal team can go and be successful and challenge for things."