Arsenal in Aaron Ramsey transfer blow with former fan favourite hoping for Juventus lifeline under Max Allegri06/28/2021
ARSENAL'S hopes of re-signing Juventus ace Aaron Ramsey have been dashed with the midfielder reportedly opting to stay in Italy.
The Welsh midfielder has been boosted by Massimiliano Allegri's return to the Juve dug-out, according to Sky Sports.
The 53-year-old Italian orchestrated Ramsey's move from Arsenal to the Serie A giants when he was boss in 2019.
He left before the pair had even got the chance to work together, but did hand Ramsey the No8 shirt before his exit.
Although the Welsh wizard has made 65 Juve starts during his tenure, he's struggled to hold down a regular first-team spot due to injury.
With Allegri's return to the Allianz Stadium, the ex-Gunners maestro allegedly believes now's the time for him to cement his place in the side.
After his Welsh team were knocked of out Euro 2020 with a crushing 4-0 bruising to Denmark, Ramsey reportedly plans to return to Italy for pre-season training to show his worth.
Just a few days ago, it was claimed that the 30-year-old could be heading back to the Emirates as part of a swap deal with wonderkid Folarin Balogun.
The Old Lady were said to want to offer Ramsey to the Gunners in exchange for the 20-year-old US star who scored twice in the Europa League last season.
But Juve are yet to make a formal offer.
Ramsey's agent David Baldwin also denied his client, who has two years left on his contract, is leaving the club.
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In response to an Arsenal fan who wrote on Twitter that Ramsey was on his way back, he wrote: "I’m sorry but can you stop making things up please. There is not a shred of truth in your tweet."
The Gunners aren't the only Premier League side that Ramsey has been linked with in recent times.
Crystal Palace and West Ham were also said to be interested in luring him back to English soil but neither deal materialised.
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