Aaron Ramsey could be on his way out of Juventus just one year after leaving Arsenal on a free transfer.
Former Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is free to find a new club following Andrea Pirlo’s appointment as Juventus manager, just one year after leaving North London
That’s according to the Mirror, who say that the Welshman is surplus to requirements now that the former Juve midfielder is in charge – and midfield is one area he is expected to bolster.
Maurizio Sarri was sacked as boss of the Serie A champions following their Champions League Round of 16 defeat to Lyon a few days ago.
Ramsey started just 11 league matches under Sarri last season, but with his wages reportedly as high as £250,000-a-week, Juventus are now looking to offload the ex-Gunner.
The 29-year-old ended his 11-year spell with Arsenal at the end of the 2018/19 season and signed a four-year deal in Turin.
However, it looks like the Wales star, who played over 250 Premier League games for Arsenal, may well be on his way out of the Old Lady just one year into his deal.
A return to the Premier League would be the most likely move for Ramsey, who established himself as a fan favourite during his time at the Emirates Stadium.
And some Arsenal fans have urged the Gunners to make a move for their former midfielder.
One tweeted: “You are more than welcome to come back home, we still love you. Ramsey an Arsenal legend.”
Another wrote: “Come back home Ramsey! I prefer you more than Coutinho.”