The Bianconeri are eager to start making room in their squad for new additions, with a Welsh international among those they want to offload
Aaron Ramsey no longer features in Juventus’ long-term plans, with But learn that the Serie A giants are looking to chat with midfielder representatives as they seek to find a buyer.
The Welsh international has spent the last two seasons in Turin, with a move to Italy as a free agent in the summer of 2019 after reaching the end of his contract at Arsenal.
Injury issues have remained an all too familiar theme for the 30-year-old at the Allianz Stadium, with Juve now looking to set up a summer transfer that allows them to free up space in Massimiliano Allegri’s side.
Where could Ramsey end up?
A step back to the Premier League remains the most likely option for Ramsey.
However, no potential landing point has yet been found and Juve are eager to discuss the matter with the Welshman’s representatives in the coming days.
Ramsey is currently on duty for Euro 2020 with his country, but the Bianconeri are looking to throw a transfer ball as soon as possible.
A return to Emirates Stadium has been hinted at, with 11 years spent in North London, but that is not an option at this point as no contact has been made.
The bigger picture
Ramsey remains in the shop window while on duty for the European Championship and could prompt a Premier League contender to take a step.
He has already hinted that a new challenge will be sought, telling The Republic speaking of his time in Italy: “The last two seasons at Juve have been very difficult, frustrating, not just from a physical point of view.
“There were factors and changes that I was not used to.
“In the national team, on the other hand, I am happy to have a team that follows me step by step. They understand me, they know what I need and also what my body needs.
“Unfortunately sometimes teams still keep working a certain way too.
“When a player needs more attention… at least now I have the right people around me and I will do anything to get back to a place where I can feel good and have confidence again.”
Juve are hoping to see Ramsey gain attention in the coming weeks, having already seen him feature in Wales’ 1-1 draw against Switzerland, and a way out is now wide open.