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Juventus are rumoured to be willing to let midfielder Aaron Ramsey leave for free this January, with West Ham, Everton and Newcastle all interested in bringing the Welshman back to the Premier League.
In just over 2 years in Serie A, Ramsey has been out injured for more than 140 days and has made just 68 appearances for 'The Bianconeri' in all competitions.
This season, Ramsey has only played three times despite manager Massimiliano Allegri labelling him 'an important player' in August.
Prior to leaving the club in May, Ramsey's former Juventus manager Andrea Pirlo was full of praise for Ramsey, saying the player's inability to stay fit was his one weakness.
"He only needs to remain fit," Pirlo said in September 2020. "He is training well from the start of pre-season. He is a great and intelligent player but we just need to keep him physically fit. He has proven he is a champion when he played for Arsenal."
Unfortunately for Ramsey, very few people in Italy share Pirlo's sentiments, meaning a transfer back to the Premier League may be the best option for both parties.
Ramsey enjoyed an excellent 11 years in England. He made over 260 appearances for Arsenal in all competitions and lifted three FA Cups, scoring the winning goal in the 2014 and 2017 finals against Hull City and Chelsea respectively.
With Rafael Benítez, David Moyes and Steve Bruce all in need of more reinforcements in midfield, the ex-Cardiff City man could be an excellent option for those three Premier League managers to pursue in a few months' time.
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