According to reports, Aaron Ramsey could be on his way back to the Premier League in January.
The Welsh international fell from grace in Turin and has only played one Serie A game this season.
Max Allegri prefers other options in midfield and thinks Ramsey is superfluous.
With Juventus eager to slash their wages bill, they’re even ready to let the former Arsenal man go for free.
According to The Sun, a trio of Premier League clubs have already expressed interest in the 30-year-old.
Newcastle, West Ham and Everton could all make proposals to Ramsey in the coming weeks and months.
Since Juventus like to forego a transfer fee, the midfielder would have his choice of interested clubs.
A move to West Ham would provide Ramsey with European football, provided David Moyes’ team is still in the Europa League after Christmas.
Much could depend on the different packages offered, both in terms of wages and the length of the contract.
There are currently no signs that Arsenal would attempt to bring Ramsey back to the Emirates Stadium.
However, other teams could still enter the race to sign the Welshman, who won three FA Cups during his time in north London.
Ramsey joined Juventus on a free transfer in 2019 but has never really established himself as a first-team regular.
Injury battles played a role while Ramsey has already worked under three different managers with Maurizio Sarri, Andrea Pirlo and Allegri.
In his third season in Italian football, he only played a total of 25 Serie A games.
With his 31st birthday on the horizon, Ramsey wants more regular minutes at this stage of his career.
His contract with Juventus runs until 2023, but the midfielder appears to be in Turin in the final months of his tenure.
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