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Juventus Are Exploring The Possibility Of Terminating Aaron Ramsey’s Contract


Juventus Are Exploring The Possibility Of Terminating Aaron Ramsey’s Contract

Aaron Ramsey's days at Juventus appear to be numbered, with the Serie A giants exploring the possibility of terminating the Welshman's contract.

The 30-year-old has fallen out of favour in Turin and made just five appearances across all competitions for Massimiliano Allegri's side.

He has made only start for Juve this campaign, which came in a 2-2 draw with Udinese on the opening day of the season.

Ramsey's contract at Juventus ends in June 2022 and the club want to get his huge salary off the books, according to Calciomercato.


With the former Arsenal man currently earning in the region of £8.4million a season, Juve recognise that it will be very difficult to sell the midfielder.

PA: Aaron Ramsey in action for Juventus against Udinese.
PA: Aaron Ramsey in action for Juventus against Udinese.

Ramsey is reportedly open to leaving the club, but would expect a big pay-off. He has been linked with a number of moves elsewhere, and includes the possibility of a return back to the Premier League, with Newcastle United and Wolverhampton Wanderers rumoured to be interested.

Since arriving in Italy in July 2019, the midfielder has made a total of 70 appearances for the Italian side, scoring 6 goals. During that time, he has won one Serie A title, one Italian Cup and one Italian Supercup.


But with Ramsey struggling to adapt to life under Maurizio Sarri, Andrea Pirlo and now Allegri, it appears only to be a matter of time before Ramsey moves on.

He has suffered with a number of niggling injuries, which has hampered his progress throughout his career. Former Gunners boss Arsene Wenger believes Ramsey's technical qualities on the ball resulted in him getting fouled more often.

"Sometimes the more technical guys were kicked. Why? It was not very encouraging. We have moved forward from that.

"We [Arsenal] always tried. It was a frustration sometimes. When I look back at players like Wilshere, Ramsey who have been injured early in their career and when you are a manager you feel very responsible for that."

Topics: Serie A, Arsene Wenger, Premier League, Juventus, Aaron Ramsey

James Hilsum
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