Ramsey’s Juventus stint
After over a decade at the club, Aaron Ramsey departed Arsenal in the summer of 2019.
The Welshman would swap north London for Turin, joining Serie A giants Juventus on a free transfer.
Even in his final season for the club, Ramsey was integral to Arsenal’s midfield, and was still putting in some quality performances.
However, the 29-year-old hasn’t been as impressive for Juve.
Ramsey had made 24 appearances across all competitions before the current campaign was halted. But it’s worth noting that the midfielder had completed 90 minutes just once in Serie A.
Ramsey set for return to England?
And after less than a year in Italy, Ramsey could now, potentially, be on his way back to England.
According to Ian McGarry of The Transfer Window podcast, Juve are said to have offered Ramsey as part of a deal to bring Paul Pogba back to the Allianz Stadium.
Pogba has been linked with a move away from Old Trafford for some time now, but recent reports claimed that the Frenchman had ‘performed a U-turn on his desire to leave United and now intends to extend his deal or sign new terms.’
As per McGarry, though, ‘Manchester United are still open to selling the France international if a valuation that meets their value of the player is received.’
Speaking on the latest episode of The Transfer Window podcast, McGarry went on to state that ‘Juventus have been in touch once again with Manchester United regarding Pogba, although this time, they have offered the Wales international Aaron Ramsey as a potential makeweight in any player plus cash deal.’
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is also said to be keen on the former Arsenal standout:
It’s also our understanding that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen on Ramsey, likes him very much as a player, a player in his prime.
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