Aaron Ramsey offered to another Arsenal rival, maybe we should hijack the move

Aaron Ramsey isn’t a name that some Arsenal fans may want to remember after his exit from the club.

Understandably, fans are divided about his free transfer from the Emirates, with some blaming the club for not getting him on a new deal, while others have blamed the midfielder for not being committed to the club.

He has, however, struggled in Italy and he looks set to make a return to the Premier League this summer.

A Report from Italy via Tuttosports is claiming that the midfielder is set to be used in a swap deal with Chelsea that would see Jorginho leave the Stamford Bridge outfit.

The report claims that Maurizio Sarri wants a third reunion with the naturalized Italian midfielder.

It remains unclear if Frank Lampard would be interested in the Welshman and I wonder if we should hijack his return to England.

Arsenal has struggled in midfield since we lost Ramsey and his departure exposed just how bad Mesut Ozil is.

Mikel Arteta is rebuilding the current Arsenal side and Ramsey could flourish under the former Man City assistant manager.

Ramsey won three FA Cups and two Community Shields with Arsenal and has played 19 league games for Juve this season.

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10 Comments

  1. Sue says:

    It wasn’t that long ago he was being ‘offered’ to the spuds!!

  2. Neath Gunner says:

    Massive fan of Rambo but now 29 years old.
    On big dollar at Juventus.
    Please get Partey and keep Ceballos.
    Guendozi out and give Maitland- Niles more chances in midfield.

    1. Kenny Rolfe says:

      Sure we’ll get 3 goals a year from an attacking midfielder just like his last spell 37 goals in :250 games. ha ha. Leave him where he is

  3. ACE says:

    Wasnt consisently good enough @
    AFC over his injury riddled career,
    nowhere near the 1st team on a
    regular basis @ Juve yet we should
    bring him back to once again
    completley unbalance the midfield?

    Thankfully the ship had sailed on
    Rambo.

  4. MrLucky says:

    Only reason I was upset with Arsenal, is that they didn’t sell him in his last contract year. Should have got us 40m easy.

    I’m not really a fan of him. He does have something that we are currently missing, that is goals from midfield. None of our midfielders score goals. However he is always injured and at 29 and huge wages, I would pass on the oppertunity to get him back. I also think that besides goals, he doesn’t really add much to the team. He isnt a player that is good at playing a one touch, possession based game.

    If we are looking for goals from midfield, I think we should target Ajax’ Donny van de Beek. He is much younger and in my eyes a perfect Ramsey alternative, but might be a bit too expensive for us this year. But maybe next year when we finally get Ozil of the books?

  5. Reggie says:

    No thank you. NEXT!

  6. Grandad says:

    Spot on Reggie.

  7. Durand says:

    I agree completely with Ace and Mr. Lucky passing on Ramsey. Far too injury prone and no where good enough for what we need to compete. Don’t think it was a question of selling him, I believe he was waiting to either resign on ridiculous wages or wait for free transfer and bigger wages.
    Hopefully the club will pass on him and the mediocre talent we seem to have accumulated over recent years, barring a few exceptions. Juve figured out what many of us knew, an injury prone midfielder who constantly bombs forward without regard for discipline or balance isn’t worth the wages.
    I wish him good luck anywhere but Arsenal. Try MLS, it’s his caliber now in his career

  8. RFrancis says:

    Ramsey would not flourish under Arteta’s high press system – he is too injury prone. I would instead go for Thiago Alcantara whom I believe is free and available on the cheap. He reminds me of Santi Cazorla. I know he is at the tale end of career but could prove to be a good leader for our young players.

  9. Temmy says:

    selling Matteo Guendouzi is like selling a future world best..let get this into our skull..

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