Report – Juventus open to a swap deal with Arsenal

Aaron Ramsey could be set for a shock return to Arsenal this summer as he continues to struggle at Juventus.

The Welshman was a fan favourite at the Emirates after helping them to win three FA Cups and two Community Shields.

His contract ran down in 2019 and he moved to Juventus on a free transfer as one of Europe’s best midfielders.

He has failed to replicate the form he showed when he was with the Gunners and the Italians are looking to offload him.

Arsenal is looking for a new creative midfielder and they could be offered the chance to have him back.

Spanish paper, Sport reports that Ramsey could be set for a return to Arsenal with Hector Bellerin going the other way.

Bellerin has been at Arsenal for the last 10 years and he may have reached the end of the road with the Gunners.

He has been linked with a move to Barcelona and PSG recently and Juve is now being made a suitor.

The Old Ladies used Juan Cuadrado as their right-back for much of last season and Danilo deputised for him.

It was an underwhelming campaign for them and they will feel that a more natural player in that position will improve their fortunes next season.

Tags Aaron Ramsey Hector Bellerin

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  1. Reggie says:

    No no no no no no NO!

    1. Dan kit says:

      Second that 👍

  2. mish says:

    well if he maybe be a backup for ESR……

  3. Trudeau says:

    I’m a big Ramsey fan and was sad to see him go. Loved his work rate and overall game when he was on song.

    If that was the Ramsey we were getting then I could see him filling a leadership role and being a great mentor for the likes of ESR and Willock.

    But his injury record and wages (!!!!) make this a hard sell even though my son could dust off his three Ramsey jerseys.

  4. Ba Elkhirsawy says:

    For me I prefered we would extend him over Ozil and I am not an Ozil out fan, he had his qualities.
    With that said, no, do not bring him back.
    But Juventus may have other players we can take.

  5. siamois says:

    As much as i love him no all the money we make and have to spend should be on new players we’ve wasted too much time with the rebuilding sorry the time is now i want to see as many new players coming in as older ones going out even it means having a bad slow start to the season due to the fact that it takes time for a team players to gel and to get to know each other in the long run that would be the best thing to do especially with more time on the training ground something which should have been done last season with some of our players like Saliba Mavros,and others instead of sticking with some of the underperforming seniors we wasted a season in which we could have been giving more experience to some and slowly blend some slowly with dome probably ready for this new season!

  6. Stewart Macintosh says:

    Please no. How could this possibly go well – older, major injuries, declining production.

    Edu and Arteta, we talked and I thought we agreed about staying away from old injured guys 🙂

  7. Declan says:

    Isn’t he on about 400 grand a week or something ridiculous?

    1. SueP says:

      The mind boggles really

  8. Khadii says:

    Given d chance to get one or the other., Who would fans prefer?
    Xhaka or Ramsey?

    By the way, no swap deal with Juve.. please sell Bellerin outright and get Bissouma or Lokonga

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

    I can only assume this is utter nonsense if for no other reason than his ridiculous wage…I think Arteta is going to try to bring in a complimentary veteran figure that he feels will properly police the locker room, much like Wenger did all-too-often in his latter years, which ultimately had a neutering affect on the squad…this won’t be a hard-nosed, overly charismatic figure, as Arteta won’t want his authority usurped by said individual, but will be more in the vein of himself and Per when they arrived at the Emirates…some are suggesting that this is one of the key reasons why Xhaka is on his way out, besides the OBVIOUS other reasons…don’t think Ramsey is that figure, but he clearly has some sort of relationship with our current manager

    1. Arsalan Zaheer says:

      I agree but i think some players in our current squad is highly overrated and i don’t like arteta as well but anyone, ramsey knows this club and we need our old midfielders back. sign both wilshere and ramsey. we need experience. we can’t finish 9th every time. I feel we need a new striker as well. i don’t like aubameyang. Giroud is available.

      1. ozziegunner says:

        Why, for both to keep the physiotherapists busy?

        1. Jamax says:

          Very stupid move. Why Edu and Arteta likes injured materials? Have you openedup a clinic?
          U mean you cant copy from what Chelsea did?
          Totally shame move next season Arsebal is heading to Championship if we are not careful

  10. Goonster says:

    No thank you.

  11. jon fox says:

    I’ll gladly bet my house that RAMSEY WILL NOT RETURN TO US. NO wise fan takes this false rumour seriously and nor does our club IMO.

  12. Arsalan Zaheer says:

    I think we need a leader. our midfield is full of amateur players like xhaka and kids like odegaard. Odegaard is similarly overrated just like ozil. ramsey knows this club and we should definitely sign both ramsey and wilshere. I don’t want kids in midfield positions. enough is enough. we finished 9th in premier league. we need change.

  13. JW says:

    If this deal takes place, then there can be no clearer evidence that the club is going down the toilet.

  14. ozziegunner says:

    In managing plant you look at at the utilisation factor, which is the ratio of the time that equipment is in use divided the total time that it could be in use. For Aarom Ramsey this would be the number of minutes he plays in a season (or is fit on the bench) divided by the total number of minutes in the season. The utilisation factor for Aaron Ramsey has been poor at Arsenal (even ignoring his severe leg break) and there was no improvement at Juventus.
    Therefore no thanks, particularly given his probable wage demands. He has already had his big pay day from Arsenal with his free transfer.

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