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Juventus manager describes Aaron Ramsey as an ‘outgoing player’

05 Jan 2022 1 minute read
Aaron Ramsey by Анна Нэсси

The manager of Juventus has described Aaron Ramsey as an “outgoing player”.

Massimiliano Allegri has suggested that the Welsh midfielder is set to leave the Italian giants during a press conference.

Allegri told reporters: “Aaron Ramsey’s now set to leave Juventus. We’re working on it.

“There are no other changes or transfers in our plans, this is 99% sure.”

The 31-year-old Wales international, who left Arsenal for the Serie A team back in July 2019, has been tipped for a return to the Premier League, with Newcastle and Burnley believed to be chasing his signature.

The injury-ravaged player has only played 112 minutes for Juventus this season.

Sky Sport Italia via Football Italia have reported that while Burnley made a formal offer for Ramsey, he rejected their proposal.

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GW Atkinson
GW Atkinson
2 years ago

For someone who seems to be injured at club level a lot, Ramsey has played tons of games for Wales. He played every game in the Euros with zero problems, played full matches in the World cup qualifiers so maybe the problem is Juventus’ medical staff. Ramsey brought this up in an interview while on Wales duty and he hasn’t even been on the Juventus bench let alone starting since then.

Leigh Richards
Leigh Richards
2 years ago

This is good news. Weve got one of the most crucial games in Welsh football coming up in March – two crucial games if we overcome austria – and our players need to be playing

2 years ago

I’m confused.

Is Ramsey ‘social’ (outgoing) or is he due to be leaving Juve (‘on his way out’, ‘going out’)?

Could be some Angliano, here! 🙂

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