Ramsey will only be second to Cristiano Ronaldo but ahead of conspicuous stars such as paolo Dybala and Douglas Costa in the wage scheme.
Ramsey will be paid around £140,000 a week (£7.2m a season), a drop from the £140,000 Arsenal offered him, before withdrawing the deal.
The two parties were close to finalising an agreement but no physical contract was on the table when the club chose to pull out. Ramsey made his competitive debut for Arsenal in the Champions League third qualifying round against FC Twente on 13 August 2008 and his league debut a month later against Blackburn Rovers on 13 September 2008, marking it with an assist to Emmanuel Adebayor for Arsenal's fourth.
Chelsea's policy is to never sell when a player's perceived value is low, so instead they organise a loan first.
Audi shows VR tech at CES
Audi is demonstrating the concept game in its 2019 E-Tron, the German carmaker's first fully electric SUV. If the vehicle turns a tight corner, the player curves around an opposing spaceship in virtual reality.
First partial solar eclipse of 2019 to be observed today
Unfortunately, according to the Pakistan Meteorological Department, the solar eclipse will not be visible in Pakistan. Scientists say that the changes in the colour are due to refraction phenomenon and nothing related to the apocalypse.
IRS will pay refunds during government shutdown, official says
Committee staff said Monday they were struggling to get clarity from administration officials, many of whom are out on furlough. But committee lawyers believe the law prohibits such a move, because refunds are paid out of the government's general fund.
Rare penny found in 1947 could be worth more than $1 million
The young coin collector made a decision to keep the cent in his collection for more than 70 years, until he died in September. One penny, in particular, is now dubbed the " most famous error coin" by Heritage Auctions, who is auctioning the penny.
No announcement yet on DRC election results
On Tuesday, Fayulu and six other presidential candidates issued a statement saying that the results "cannot be negotiated". He also told the Belgian newspaper Le Soir that Kabila could be honoured for ushering in a peaceful transition.