Contrary to reports struggling midfielder isn’t looking for a move to Arsenal

Arsenal has been linked with a move for Aaron Ramsey this summer with reports claiming that the Juventus midfielder wants a return to the Emirates.

He has struggled since he moved to Italy and returning to the Emirates might be the catalyst that he needs to get his career back on track.

He has played under two different managers at the Italian club and he will play under a new one in the next campaign.

Massimiliano Allegri is looking to take Juve back to the top of Italian football after they almost didn’t make the top four last season.

He will look to work with players who can consistently deliver for him and Ramsey hasn’t been consistent since he moved to the Italian club.

The Welshman has struggled with injuries and other fitness issues, but he was well-managed at Arsenal and a return could be good for his game.

However, Gazzetta dello Sport via Calciomercato says the midfielder isn’t thinking about leaving Turin at the moment.

It says he is confident that he still has something to offer to the Bianconeri and he has decided to take a chance on himself shining under Allegri next season.

He will remain at the club and try to prove that he is worth keeping on in the squad.

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9 Comments

  1. Christopher Loum says:

    That would be a bad move to bring him back instead bring Kelvin Phillips

    1. Stewart Macintosh says:

      Kelvin Phillips would be awesome but he wouldn’t be coming our way…

  2. Ackshay says:

    Contrary to reports arsenal ain’t interested in Ramsey.

  3. Skills1000 says:

    Penalty shoot out is not easy at all. Wow.

  4. Ackshay says:

    Has saka ever shoot a pen for arsenal?

  5. Biscuitbum says:

    No point at all bringing him back. We’ve moved on, plus he’s always been slightly injury prone.

  6. Ozziegunner says:

    As Ackshay states, Arsenal would not be chasing him. No one will match what Aaron Ramsey is on at Juventus. Why would he leave?

    1. Stewart Macintosh says:

      and why would we want him back, older and injury-prone, hasn’t been the same since his leg was broken. I like the guy and he has heart but he isn’t good enough, even considering where we are right now.

      Maybe if a salary were prorated to game time and at a much lower level…but back to your point, no way he would give up a lot of cash.

      We are better off just to let this one go away and not hear about it again…

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