Arsenal target emotional reunion with their former midfielder

Arsenal could be set to be reunited with Aaron Ramsey as his Juventus adventure continues to falter.

The Welshman left Arsenal last summer after 11 years and he has struggled to get into the Juventus first team.

Arsenal was keen to keep him at the Emirates beyond last season but both parties failed to reach an agreement over his contract renewal and he left for Turin instead.

He became the highest-paid British player on basic salary alone after signing for 400k per week until 2023 as reported by the BBC and their former correspondent David Ornstein.

However, his struggles with injuries and form this season has left Juventus frustrated and it seems that the Italians are prepared to cut their losses on the former Wales international.

Now, Sun Sport claims that Arsenal is preparing a sensational swoop for the 29 years old.

The report claims that the Gunners are monitoring his progress and they would be interested in bringing him back next summer should he remain unsettled in Italy.

After refusing to sign a contract extension at Arsenal most of the club’s fans may not want to see Ramsey again, but he may just win them over with some stunning performances should he rejoin.

Ramsey would, however, have to take a pay cut to make this move happen as Arsenal are very unlikely to offer him a salary anywhere near what the Italian giants currently pay him.

Personally, I think that Arsenal needs to look forward and backwards and I am not sure that Ramsey would want to either. But who knows, this is football and anything is possible.

8 Comments

  1. chukzenith says:

    Come or go ooo we are guners

  2. Tayoomotayo says:

    He did not refuse to sign a new contract, the contract offer was withdrawn by the club

    1. chukzenith says:

      What happened to AR. Happened to Van. P. His contract was withdrawn….

      They always want to gain from the club… But can never be patient…

      When they are injured, do the club reduce their wages?

      Doese the club sell them off, but after the injury has gone, and they collected wages while they were not playing,

      Then their contracts now gets to the last 12months and when a contract is brought forward, they say it was too small for a player their caliber…

      Now u see y Arsenal won’t want to give away big contract to everybody?… Consistency is the key.. Ozil got his increase maybe because he was consistent then even till now… He is not injury prone…

      So if Ramsey comes or don’t come back, I fear its arsenal as a club who suffer more than the fans…

      But players have learnt how to deal with them, and fans have joined in this dealings.

      Up Arsenal

  3. jon fox says:

    Not a cat in hells chance of a Ramsey return and if you, honestly hand on heart, do not already know this MARTIN – and I believe you DO know this will not happen, despite your article – then you OUGHT to know.

  4. Reggie says:

    Firstly we would have to buy Ramsey, which would be ludicrous after the situation that went on last summer. Secondly Juventus are experiencing the problems with Ramsey that we did, injuries, intermittent performances and an over rated player to boot. He will not be coming back.

  5. Rob says:

    We should re-sign Ramsey. He had good on field chemistry with Lacazette. We need to ditch Guendouzi who is punching above his weight.

  6. Tas says:

    I was sorry to see Arron go but now I prefer younger versions, we have a young team which will mature in two or three years and it would be nice to have Smith Rowe developing in that position

    1. Tas says:

      We Love to build players up and then to drop them from great heights, it’s frustrating but we have to have a lot of patience with young players they have one or two good games then invisible for a few it takes a long time for them to become consistent In what ever the level they turn out, we have had a few promising young players like Walcott, Wilshere, Kieran Gibbs, Wojciech, even Chamberlain, and a few more that never made the expectations that was expected of them

      So can we be more patient with the present crop of young players, if they stay

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