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Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey is concerned about getting fat in lockdown because of his cookie obsession

“My wife likes to cook and I like to eat … so it’s not a good combination!”: Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey is concerned about getting fat during corona virus locking … and that’s partly because of his love of cookies!

  • The Juventus star has no choice but to raid his children’s cookies when making a tea
  • The 29-year-old, who is in Italy, will be locked up for at least another month
  • Ramsey stepped in for the Serie A suspension and is concerned that he will get fat
  • During the pandemic, Ramsey donated £ 10,000 to two different charities
  • Read more about how you can help people affected by COVID

Welsh and Juventus star Aaron Ramsey has admitted he is concerned about getting fat during coronavirus blockage because of his obsession with cookies.

The 29-year-old midfielder is in Italy, where it was recently announced that their lockout will be extended until early May to prevent a second wave of the virus that has decimated the country.

With Serie A matches suspended until at least the end of May, Ramsey is concerned that his love of food coupled with his wife’s love of cooking could result in him gaining unwanted weight.

Aaron Ramsey reveals that he mugs the boy's cookies every time he makes a cup of tea

Aaron Ramsey reveals that he mugs the boy’s cookies every time he makes a cup of tea

Ramsey is concerned that his love of food combined with his wife's love of cooking can make him fat

Ramsey is concerned that his love of food combined with his wife's love of cooking can make him fat

Ramsey is concerned that his love of food combined with his wife’s love of cooking can make him fat

Ramsey each donated £ 10,000 to two charities in Wales to help NHS employees

Ramsey each donated £ 10,000 to two charities in Wales to help NHS employees

Ramsey each donated £ 10,000 to two charities in Wales to help NHS employees

“I did the programs that the club sent, and I was fit most days.” he said.

“But it’s not the same as training or playing games where you don’t have to worry about gaining weight.

“It’s difficult because my wife likes to cook and I like to eat, so it’s not a good combination. When I’m back at it, I’m pretty strict, but it’s hard right now.

“I have all the cookies for kids and I just raid it every time I have a cup of tea!

“Hopefully we’ll get out of this as soon as possible and get back to normal, because it’s hard.”

Ramsey was in the best shape of his Juventus career before Serie A was suspended and scored in his last two league games.

The former Arsenal midfielder is one of many players around the world trying to keep fit and at home.

Former Arsenal midfielder says lockdown is difficult and hope returns to normal

Former Arsenal midfielder says lockdown is difficult and hope returns to normal

Former Arsenal midfielder says lockdown is difficult and hope returns to normal

In these unprecedented times, Ramsey, who makes £ 400,000 a week at Juventus, has each donated £ 10,000 to two charities in Wales to help NHS employees during the coronavirus crisis.

He also gave £ 3,000 to save a homelessness charity in Newport, South Wales, from tucks this week.

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