Ramsey rejects Premier League options, Crystal Palace the key?

by | Jan 18, 2022 18:10

Juventus are reportedly getting irritated with Aaron Ramsey, as the midfielder turned down Newcastle United, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Burnley, but Crystal Palace could be the key.

Coach Max Allegri has confirmed Ramsey is not part of his plans and is trying to find a new club in the January transfer window.

Getting a sale seems difficult, so Juve are prepared to let him leave on loan if the other club will shoulder most of his salary.

According to Calciomercato.com, Ramsey is being very picky and has already turned down approaches from Newcastle, Wolves, Burnley as well as a couple of Spanish clubs.

The Wales international remains convinced he can command a more prestigious role this season, despite his injury issues and lack of regular playing time in Turin.

The same report points to Crystal Palace as potentially being the key to getting Ramsey off the Juventus books, where he’d end up working with former Bianconeri midfielder and current Palace boss Patrick Vieira.


  1. Billythefish

    Bit like his countryman Bale!
    He’s not up for a fight, not up for anything apparently.

  2. Crawf100

    Hard pushed to even find a photo of him in a juve kit for the article

    What a waster

  3. The Toon

    The guys a joke as a person and as a footballer

  4. 1MIKEJ

    Wales > Golf > Juve

  5. DB Milan

    I can see why he turned those clubs down. Crystal Palace would be a far better next club for him. He does need to go though, post-haste.

  6. The Queens Half Corgi

    Ramsey is a genius and he keeps out foxing the guy who made Ferrari worse. I say give him a bonus just for being so astute at getting a £400K a week salary.


    he should go to Inter – If they threw a parade for the Acquisition of Mudinguay, i mean Kondogbia – sorry but based on their level of skill they are similar so it’s an easy mistake to make – anyways, they would surely throw a parade for this guy

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