Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey could be on his way to Serie A powerhouse Juventus this month as he’s in the final year of his contract with the Gunners.
According to reports, the 28-year-old midfielder wants an increase in his weekly wages in order to renew his deal with the club but Unai Emery is unwilling to listen to his plea.
Both parties are set to end a 10-year relationship before the end of the ongoing transfer window and Juventus are tipped as Ramsey’s next destination.
Is Juventus the right place for the midfielder
Juventus are surely one of the best clubs in the world and they possess quality players capable of winning many trophies.
The Bianconeri captured Cristiano Ronaldo’s signature from Real Madrid prior to the start of this season, while Former Liverpool midfielder Emre Can also joined the team as free agent during the summer window.
Ramsey is known as an injury-prone player who has never experienced an injury-free season throughout his spell at the Emirates stadium.
According to our Betting Tips experts, Odds as low as 1/2 are now being offered by some bookies on the Welshman joining the Turin-based club before this transfer window finishes on February 3rd. It is thought that a flurry of bets have been placed on Ramsey leaving sooner rather than later, with more than 60% of bets placed on that market going on him joining Juventus this month.
Ramsey could fail to command regular first-team action should he eventually join the Scuddeto Champions and that won’t be too good for a player of his age.
Irrespective of his injury woes, Ramsey looks far behind his prime and it would be huge and difficult task to find his way into Allegri’s starting lineup.
Rodrigo Bentancur, Blaise Matuidi and Emre Can are presently doing fine with the Turin outfits and i don’t see him displacing any of these players from the manager’s first XI anytime soon.
As much as Ramsey would be handsomely paid by the Bianconeri, the player must consider his chances of featuring regularly for the Serie A Champions.
He stand a very slim chance of breaking into Allegri’s team due to intense competition among the players under the Italian’s watch.
A move to either Paris St-German — who are also interested in his signature — or Napoli might be the best place for the 28-year-old midfielder.
His versatility and ability to dictate play at the middle of the pitch would be largely welcomed by Thomas Tuchel or Carlo Ancelotti who are both seeking to upgrade their midfield’s setup before Champions League competition returns in February.