Ramsey desires Arsenal return as Juventus puts him up for sale

Fabrizio Romano claims that Aaron Ramsey wants a return to Arsenal as he continues to struggle at Juventus.

The Welshman left the Gunners for Juve in 2019 after struggling to agree to terms of a new deal.

Arsenal had initially offered him a deal that would have made him one of the top earners at the Emirates, but they withdraw their offer later and he had no choice but to leave.

His contract at Juve is lucrative, but he has hardly returned the faith shown in him by the Bianconeri because of poor form and persistent injuries.

He has been transfer-listed by the former Italian champions and the Premier League is where he might end up.

Romano says he is suffering in Italy and Arsenal knows that he wants to return to the Emirates.

Arsenal is currently rebuilding their team and there is no guarantee they want a player like Ramsey who won’t guarantee them the needed impact.

He told The Arsenal Lounge as quoted by Express Sports: “Aaron Ramsey would love to join Arsenal again.

“At Juventus he is struggling, he’s not playing, many injuries.

“He will be on the market 100 percent, he will be available, if Arsenal want to go for Ramsey, they know they have the chance.

“But at the moment there’s nothing advanced or serious with Ramsey yet.”

Tags Aaron Ramsey Fabrizio Romano

18 Comments

  1. Stewart Macintosh says:

    No. Please No.

  2. Joe. S says:

    As above. Ramsey, Xhaka Elneny. WOW! Eat your hearts out Leeds fans.

  3. The-Real-Vieira-Lynn-4ever says:

    with this club I’ve learned to never say never, but even the buyer of Willian couldn’t be that stupid

  4. JW says:

    Well, if we are going to get rid of the current load of deadwood from the Arsenal ranks, here is a great opportunity to replenish it. Ramsey would look good alongside Bertrand. Two more old injury prone players to add to the staff.
    Why would anybody in the Arsenal camp want to bring Ramsey back?
    Please, lets talk about young fresh faces coming to the club. What we don’t need is more of Butch Arteta and the over-the-hill gang.

    1. Gunner4life says:

      👍👍jw

    2. ozziegunner says:

      JW, was it “Butch Arteta and the over-the-hill gang” or the “hole-in-the-head”, sorry “hole-in-the-wall gang”?

  5. Dan kit says:

    Oh dear it’s going to be ITK season soon ,can’t wait ,looks like they have started earlier on this one 🤦🏻

  6. Yossarian says:

    Hell no

  7. JanV says:

    Please no Ramsey. In fact, we should not sign any players over 30.

    Ramsey had his moments but measured over his entire Arsenal career, he was average at best.

  8. ozziegunner says:

    Arsenal bought Chelsea’s aging players, now it has switched attention to “the old lady” Juventus for one of their cast-offs.
    Any available money needs to be spent well in the transfer market, not throw a lifeline to Ramsey, an injury prone player, who ran his contract down at Arsenal to maximise the return to himself.

  9. SueP says:

    The silly season is nearly upon us. Amusing until one of them becomes a reality.

  10. JanV says:

    Also, let’s not waste any money on Ryan Bertrand. He is 32.

    If we are rebuilding, let’s rebuild. Buying 30+ year olds is hardly building for the future.

    1. Ackshay says:

      We are looking for a back up who will warm the bench unless tierney is injured. Given that tierney is 23 no young promising lb will come to be his back up so we will have to settle for an old one.

  11. Ken Beckloff says:

    Let him come.

  12. Reggie says:

    We have a player for Ramsays position at Newcastle and he couldn’t get in Artetas thought process, Ramsay is too slow.

  13. jon fox says:

    I HEAR Ted Drake wants to return too. He’d be more use than RAMSEY TOO, DESPITE BEING DEAD AT PRESENT !

    1. ozziegunner says:

      jon, Alex James would similarly be a no brainer to replace Willian.

  14. Wayne1 says:

    Whilst I think alot of Ramsay, I think we should be looking younger players
    Cant see any benefits him coming to us and infact he would be be a drain on our finances

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