Ramsey speaks to three clubs

Cardiff teenager Aaron Ramsey will get to choose between Premier League rivals Manchester United, Arsenal and Everton after holding talks with all three clubs.

The talented teenager has spoken to all three clubs, according to Bluebirds chairman Peter Ridsdale.

Ridsdale revealed Ramsey had already spoken with United manager Sir Alex Ferguson and officials at Everton and was due to speak with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger this weekend.

Ridsdale told the News of the World: “I spoke to Aaron on Friday night.

“He told me he’d had a great day at United and was on his way to see Arsene. After that, the final decision is up to the boy.

“Aaron spoke to Alex Ferguson before visiting United. He’s a sensible lad and will listen to what Arsene has to say.”

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