Aaron Ramsey left Arsenal in the 2019 summer transfer window on a free transfer to join Serie A side Juventus after his contract at the Emirates Stadium had ended. Aaron Ramsey left the club while he was still a fan favourite and its now reported that the gunners might have got a way to resign the Welsh international.
Aaron Ramsey entered into the final year of his contract at Arsenal when the 2018/19 season and it was first claimed that he was very close to signing the new deal from the North Londoners but the club however changed its mind and retracted the new deal they had given him hence him signing a pre-contract with Juventus so that he could join them in the summer transfer window.
Aaron Ramsey has been at Juventus for two seasons now and won the Italian Serie A trophy last season but it’s however now reported that the 30 year old is interested in coming back to the Premier League, and a report by Il BiancoNero mentions that he is willing to return to the Emirates Stadium in this upcoming summer transfer window since he has struggled to get on form in Italy in the past two seasons that he has been there.
Aaron Ramsey still has two more years remaining on his current contract at Juventus but him wanting to move back to Arsenal would put the gunners into a good position if they join the race for his signature in the summer transfer window. It’s not known if Arsenal would try to resign Ramsey with his current wage but they do need a goal scoring midfielder as their central midfielders have scored less than five goals this season.
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