Wales captain Williams unsurprised by interest in Ramsey
Ashley Williams says he is unsurprised by the interest in Wales teammate Aaron Ramsey.
The 27-year-old has been linked with German giants Bayern Munich and the Bavarian club are confident they’ve secured his services for next season.
Williams who took over from Ramsey as Wales captain in 2012 says his predecessor has performed well for both club and country.
The Stoke City defender said: “It’s not really a surprise. He’s been doing it for years.
“I’m sure a lot of big teams will be interested in him. To see something like that doesn’t surprise me.
“He’s been getting linked with a lot of teams. He seems fine, I don’t think it’ll bother him.
He’ll decide in his own time. He’s a massive player and he’s great for us.”
Williams was speaking ahead of tomorrow’s crunch clash with Denmark tomorrow.
Wales will gain promotion to the top tier of the UEFA Nations League, with a victory.
Ashley Williams will run out to a full-to-capacity Cardiff City Stadium crowd tomorrow, after selling out the fixture this week.
He will be joined by teammate Gareth Bale who looks to have beaten his injury doubts, to play a part in tomorrow’s match.
Williams commented on Bale’s performance in training this week: “He seems fine. He seemed sharp, he’s ready to go.
He’s the usual Gareth and I’ve heard no complaints from him.”
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