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JUVENTUS LEAVE AARON RAMSEY OUT OF US PRE-SEASON TOUR SQUAD

Aaron Ramsey will not join the Juventus squad on their pre-season tour in the United States, remaining in Turin as contract termination talks continue. The 31-year-old Welsh midfielder returned from an adequate loan spell with Rangers recently and showed up as usual in Turin to join the squad for the pre-season retreat, but he’s not expected to be brought on the US tour. Calciomercato.com details how Juventus are still in talks with Ramsey’s entourage to try and agree a contract termination, ending his ties to Turin a year early. The one year remaining on his contract would cost the Bianconeri €7m plus add-ons, so they’re cut to cut ties this summer.

TRANSFER NEWS: AARON RAMSEY LEAVES JUVENTUS BY MUTUAL CONSENT

Aaron Ramsey spent the second half of last season on loan at Rangers after falling out of favour at Juventus. The Welsh midfielder struggled for regular gametime in Italy, but with the World Cup around the corner, he has agreed to terminate his contract with the Serie A club and search for a new team before the season starts.

RAMSEY COULD BE REUNUTED WITH FORMER BOSS ANDREA PIRLO

Aaron Ramsey has reportedly been linked with a surprise move to Turkey this summer, but only if Juventus allow the midfielder to depart on a free transfer. The Wales midfielder has been frozen out of the first-team picture at the Allianz Stadium and spent the second half of last season on loan at Rangers. However, the former Arsenal star struggled for form as well as fitness during his short spell at Ibrox. despite helping them win the Scottish Cup.

SZCZESNY WELCOMES POGBA AS HE PONDERS AARON RAMSEY FUTURE

Juventus goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny insists his side would all welcome the Paul Pogba transfer, having ridiculed claims the midfielder is past his best. The 29-year-old star is a free agent this summer with his Manchester United exit now officially confirmed. The World Cup winner failed to consistently hit the heights at Old Trafford and walks away six years after a world-record £89.3m switch there from Juventus.

VAN BRONCKHORST HAILS RAMSEY'S BRAVERY TO TAKE PENALTY

Giovanni van Bronckhorst last night praised Aaron Ramsey for having the bravery to take a penalty kick in the shoot-out that decided the Europa League final in Seville following Rangers’ agonising defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt.
Ramsey, who had come on for Fashion Sakala towards the end of the second period of extra-time in the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium, saw his weak attempt to score from 12 yards blocked by opposition keeper Kevin Trapp. Filip Kostic and Rafael Borre, who had cancelled out Joe Aribo’s second-half opener to force extra-time, then buried their own efforts to give Oliver Glasner’s side a hard-fought 5-4 victory.

RANGERS BOSS GIVES UPDATE ON RAMSEY

Rangers manager Giovanni Van Bronckhorst has given an injury update on Welsh international Aaron Ramsey ahead of the second leg clash with German club RB Leipzig in the Europa League semifinals.

Aaron Ramsey was one of the major absentees for Van Bronckhorst and Rangers when they travelled to Germany to take on RB Leipzig in the first leg of their last four tie on Thursday night. Rangers fought hard throughout the game until their resolve was broken with five minutes of the first leg left on the clock when former Manchester City left-back Angelino scored the winning goal to put RB Leipzig in the driving seat ahead of the second leg next week Thursday.

PREDICTED RANGERS LINEUP AS RAMSEY IS EXPECTED TO START

The Ibrox side' travel to Portugal for their blockbuster for their Europa League quarter final first leg. Determined Rangers are aiming for an instant rebound against Braga after their day to forget against Celtic on Sunday.
Rangers face an uphill battle to regain their Premiership title but still harbour real ambitions of a season for the ages in Europe. Gio van Bronckhorst 's side are without Alfredo Morelos for the rest of the season and Ianis Hagi remain on the sidelines despite encouraging news regarding his recovery from a knee injury.

GERS STAR OUTLASTS PARENT CLUB IN EUROPE AMID UCL UPSET

Plenty might not have thought Aaron Ramsey would outlast Juventus in Europe when he signed for Rangers on loan in January – but that’s exactly what has happened. The Italian giants are licking their wounds following a surprise Champions League exit at the hands of La Liga side Villarreal, who put in a monumental performance to win 3-0 in Italy.

COMMONS: SIGNING RAMSEY COULD BE A MISTAKE

When Wales international midfielder Aaron Ramsey knew that his time at Juventus was coming to an end, the best decision was for him to try and look for a new club. While several clubs were interested in acquiring his services, he only accepted Rangers' proposal and signed for the Scottish Premiership title winners. However, that may not have been the best decision because there have now been some ill comments made about his transfer to the league title holders.

THE BIGGEST FLOP IN SERIE A

The Juventus midfielder beat fellow teammate Arthur Melo to the Calcio Bidone which is the award for the biggest flop in Serie A. The Biaconeri time in Turin has been largely disappointing with injuries and a massive loss of form the biggest culprit.

The Welshman has played in just three league games all season and has no attacking return to shoe for his effort. The award which is a yearly award that is adjudged by votes saw Ramsey pull up 2,686 votes to beat Lazio frontman Muriqi who finished with 2,567 votes.

Muriqi who was a €20m signing for Lazio from Fenerbache in 2020 has seen just two goals in almost 50 appearances for his team. The Kosovan international is looking for a move to West Brom, with hopes that it would lead to an end to his nightmare time at Lazio so far.

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