‘Picky’ Ramsey ‘irritating’ Juve as he ‘rejects approaches’ from Prem trio

Juventus are becoming “irritated” by Aaron Ramsey as he has already rejected moves to three Premier League clubs this month, according to reports.

The 31-year-old joined Arsenal in 2008 from Cardiff City. He spent eleven years at the Gunners and he played over 350 times for them.

Ramsey was a key player for the Londoners during this period as he helped them win the FA Cup three times.

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The Welshman left Arsenal in 2019 as he signed for Italian giants Juventus on a free transfer. He has barely featured this team as he has only played three times in Serie A.

Speaking earlier this month, Massimiliano Allegri confirmed that Ramsey will be leaving Juventus in January:

“Ramsey, he returned today after we had given him a few days off to work, to train separately, in England. In any case, he’s an outgoing player.”

Calciomercato (as cited by Football Italia) are reporting that Juventus are becoming “irritated” by Ramsey.

This comes from him being “picky” regarding his next move as he has “rejected approaches” from Burnley, Newcastle and Wolves. He is also said to have turned down “a couple of Spanish clubs”.

The report adds that Crystal Palace are “key to getting Ramsey off Juventus’ books”.

Elsewhere, Warren Barton has called for Newcastle to sign Ramsey and Conor Coady from Juventus and Wolves respectively:

“I think they would be aware to start looking in the market again. It’s not going to be cheap, they’re sweeping the player pool in Benfica, they’re looking around.

“I would go for him [Aaron Ramsey], I think he’s got a point to prove, when I spoke to Gary Speed a long time ago when he [Ramsey] was 21, Speedo said to me ‘He’s a player, don’t worry about him’.

“He has a great attitude, he works hard in training, he wants to be a leader, I think he’s got a driving force. It didn’t work in Italy, he can come back and I think he’ll have a bit of a chip on his shoulder.”

Barton also reckons Wolves and England centre-back Coady would be another valuable addition as Newcastle are desperate for a proper leader on the pitch.

“Here’s another player,” Barton added. “Conor Coady, I look at someone like him – a leader, organised in the back, versatile.”

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