Aaron Ramsey Signs Contract Termination After Being Tricked By Juventus Fans
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The Welsh midfielder was signing autographs for fans outside the club’s training facilities but appeared to have been tricked by one particular fan.
Footage emerged online showed a fan laughing whilst holding a notebook that Ramsey had just signed, on the page, above Ramsey’s autograph it read ‘Rescissione Contrattuale’, which literally translates to ‘Contract Termination’.
Ramsey seemed completely unaware as he continued signing autographs for other fans that have been waiting patiently.
The Welshman joined Juventus in 2019 after spending 11 years at Arsenal. But his move to Turin has been far from successful.
Ramsey joined on a huge £400,000 a week deal which came with high expectations, but he failed to establish himself in the team and amongst the fans. As so often during his career, his time in Turin was marred by multiple injuries. He had never played back to back games for Juventus, and he probably never will.
In total, he made 70 appearances for Juventus across all competitions, scoring only six times. During his time in Italy he has won one Serie A title, a Coppa Italia and a Supercoppa Italiana.
Ramsey spent the second half of the 21/22 season on loan at Scottish Premiership side Rangers, his time with the Scottish outfit was also unsuccessful, despite winning the Scottish Cup, Ramsey made unwanted headlines after missing the crucial penalty in the Europa League final against Eintracht Frankfurt. Subsequently handing the trophy to the German club.
It seems clear that his time in Juventus is coming towards an end, his squad number is currently being left vacant by the club. And with the club resigning Paul Pogba, his chances of getting into the Juventus midfield are extremely slim.
With the new season fast approaching, Ramsey will be looking to resolve his future as soon as possible. It is vital that the midfielder get regular game time as he prepares to play a key role in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar for his country Wales.
Wales have been drawn into Group B, alongside England, USA and Iran. With their first game against the USA kicking off on 21 November.
Where will Ramsey be playing when the new season gets underway? Only time will tell.