Several unconfirmed reports are currently making the rounds that Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey will be leaving the club at the end of the current campaign. The Wales international midfielder is fed up with life in Turin and has been said to be keen to secure a move away from the Old Lady. After several weeks of rumors, Juventus, Ramsey, and Rangers all agreed for the player to switch clubs and leagues, as he left Italy to join the current champions of the Scottish Premiership.
His relationship with Juve manager Maximiliano Allegri has not gone any better since the Italian tactician returned to occupy the managerial role at the club and former Arsenal star, Ramsey, has been severely deprived of minutes this season. There were several clubs interested in signing the midfielder but it took a while for him to accept Rangers’ proposal because their suited his demands. Allegri would, however, be missing Ramsey’s services presently as the Juventus team is currently without several star players, with a host of them out with different injuries.
In their 1-1 draw with Villarreal in their UEFA Champions League knockout clash on Tuesday night, Juve fielded a rather weak team without their star players and it was telling how they lacked the needed steel in midfield.
Ramsey will spend the rest of the season at Rangers but according to reports, he is interested in making the deal a permanent one and not return to become a Juventus player. However, that would depend largely on his ability to convince the Rangers chiefs that he has what it takes to earn a permanent contract. If he fails to convince them, however, he could be assessing other options as long as he leaves Juventus permanently in the summer transfer window.