Tottenham ‘considers summer shock for Aaron Ramsey’ as Juventus prepares to move to £ 400,000 a week former Arsenal midfielder but ‘faces competition from Liverpool and Everton’
- Tottenham is one of the clubs considering a summer move for Aaron Ramsey
- Juventus is willing to push the midfielder and his wages of £ 400,000 a week
- Liverpool and Everton are also interested if Ramsey moves back to England
- Welshman joined the Italian squad in 2019, but struggled there for form and fitness
Tottenham has reportedly been inquiring about the possibility of signing Aaron Ramsey from Juventus this summer.
The former Arsenal midfielder joined the Italian giants in 2019, but struggled to make himself a regular starter during his stay in Turin.
Ramsey has only made 12 Serie A starts so far this season, and according to All marketTottenham are considering offering the Welshman a return to England on a move that would be a painful move for Arsenal fans, although they will face competition from Liverpool and Everton, who are also interested.
Tottenham is considering a summer move for Aaron Ramsey, while Juventus wants to help him further
The midfielder spent 11 years with Arsenal, but a return to North London with Spurs is possible
The midfielder spent 11 years in North London with The Gunners, making over 250 appearances and scoring the winning goal in the 2014 FA Cup final to end Arsenal’s nine-year drought.
The 30-year-old has two years to go on his contract, but his form and fitness have never reached a consistent level at Juventus and the club is keen to let the Welshman go further
Ramsey has scored just six goals in more than 18 months for the club – equaling or improving that figure in five of his last six seasons with Arsenal.
He has suffered 13 injuries since signing with Juventus, and this has contributed to the fact that first Maurizio Sarri and now Andrea Pirlo were both unable to help Ramsey regain his best form.
Injuries have consistently devastated Ramsey’s time in Turin as he failed to find his best form
Financial issues are a key factor in Juventus’ willingness to listen to offers for Ramsey. The Old Lady suffered a loss of £ 99.07 million in the first half of this season, a figure that has doubled from last season due to the impact of the pandemic.
This is despite their players agreeing to forgo four monthly wages between March and June in 2020, a move totaling £ 80 million to help the club’s financial condition amid the coronavirus crisis.
And Ramsey, who joined Juventus on a free transfer and earns an incredible £ 400,000 a week in Italy in the region, is likely to fall victim to that ongoing need to cut costs, although he should cut those wages. numbers if he wanted to go elsewhere.
The £ 400,000 a week wage is a key factor in Juventus’ readiness to take the 30-year-old