Juventus confirm ex-Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey available for transfer with Newcastle, Crystal Palace and Aston Villa set to melt
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Aaron Ramsey will leave Juventus in the January transfer window, manager Massimiliano Allegri has confirmed.
Many Premier League clubs have been linked with the Welshman, including Newcastle United, Aston Villa and Crystal Palace.
The former Arsenal midfielder has been in Italy since his free transfer to the Turin giants in July 2019, but has failed to become a regular first-team star.
Juve boss Allegri has revealed the player’s availability in a pre-match press conference as the club return to action to face Napoli in Serie A.
“Aaron Ramsey has returned from training in England but is about to leave the club,” the Italian told reporters.
This isn’t the first time the 31-year-old has gone on sale as Juventus tried to change him a year after arriving at Turin.
Given his experience in England, as well as the quality, many Premier League clubs are keen to secure Ramsey’s services.
Crystal Palace is among the favorites of the ex-Gunner, but they will face competition for his services.
Newcastle, who are expected to sign several names in this window, are linked with Steven Gerrard’s Aston Villa, according to Sport Mediaset.
Gianluca Di Marzio, transfer expert from Sky Sports Italia also said Burnley made an offer to Ramsey that rejected their proposal.
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