"It's the same with Aaron Ramsey, if you're saying that Arsenal are in the market only for loans, to not try and possibly tempt him with, if it is money, a little bit more to keep him and not have to fork out a fee is insane".
Ramsey, who is out of contract in the summer, is on the verge of agreeing on a free transfer to Serie A champions Juventus at the end of the season.
The report says Ramsey's current preference is to go overseas with Juventus leading the chase for his signature but if the 28-year-old decides to remain in the Premier League then his preference would be to join Liverpool.
Nevertheless, Emery still trusts in Ramsey to provide cover and competition until the end of the season, saying: 'I say to him every day that we need his performance for us.
But Emery does not use a number eight, with Ramsey restricted to play a deeper, more disciplined role without the license to roam - or as a No.10, which he is not suited to.
"In the last match I was very happy with him".
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"His future is individually for him, for his family, his agent". He played with a big commitment to us. He asked in Blackpool to play, he said: "Coach, I want to play". For me the most important [thing] is Ramsey is with us.
"You talk about [Alexis] Sanchez going for nothing to Manchester United and Ramsey is going to, in my opinion, probably one of the favourites for the Champions League, he is just going to slot in there for fun".
Arsenal fans just hope he doesn't end up joining a Premier League rival, because according to BBC Sport's David Ornstein, the Wales global has a preference if he were to stay in England.
According to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, an agreement had been reached for Ramsey to move to Turin in the summer.
"He would be foolish to not sign the deal, 7.2 [million] for five years per year".