According to reports in Italy, Aaron Ramsey could leave Juventus on a free transfer in January, provided neither his agent nor he ask for severance pay.
Ramsey joined Juventus from Arsenal on a free transfer in 2019.
However, he’s been struggling with playing time and injuries during his time in Turin.
The Welshman has played just four games from start to finish and according to multiple reports, Juventus have put him on the market.
According to Calciomercato.com, Juventus are even open to rescinding his contract by mutual agreement in the winter transfer window provided that he doesn’t ask for severance pay.
Ramsey is one of Juventus’ highest earners with a €7m-a-year salary. His deal in Turin runs through 2023.
His agents get a bonus of €2.8m every season.
Juventus would be open not to cash in from his sale, but don’t want to have expenses either.
According to the report, Ramsey is considering leaving Juventus in January as he is aware he is not in Massimiliano Allegri’s plans.
The former Gunner didn’t want to leave Turin in the summer, but he is now accepting the idea of moving on to get more playing time elsewhere.
Newcastle have been linked with signing the Welsh star, but there have been no contacts with Juventus so far.
— calciomercato.com (@cmdotcom) October 14, 2021