Juventus are reportedly working to get rid of Aaron Ramsey in January and are hoping to reach an agreement to terminate the Welsh midfielder’s contract in Turin.
The former Arsenal star arrived at Juventus in July 2019 but has struggled to convince at the Allianz Stadium.
Max Allegri tried to use the 30-year-old as a playmaker ahead of the defence, but Ramsey has been halted by the many physical problems.
The coach has decided to put him aside and in the last month and a half, the former Gunner has only played six minutes, towards the end of the match against Zenit St Petersburg.
Ramsey has been used five times this term and has completed 112 minutes in the Bianconeri shirt in 2021-22.
The Wales international started the opening game against Udinese on August 22 but has not been in the starting line-up since.
Calciomercato.com reports it’s unlikely that things will change for the midfielder and his future with the Old Lady is uncertain.
The report believes Juventus are working to get rid of his big wage in January, when the transfer market reopens.
Juventus prefer a sale, but it’s difficult to find possible suitors, and a termination of the contract could be an option.
Director Federico Cherubini is, according to the outlet, discussing the economic issues with the player’s representatives.
Ramsey has a deal until June 2023, with a salary of €10m a season at Continassa. The Bianconeri are opening the door for an exit, but the player is asking for a significant severance pay to end the deal early.
— calciomercato.com (@cmdotcom) November 8, 2021