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WENGER RESPONSIBLE FOR RAMSEY, WILSHERE INJURIES

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Legendary Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed that he feels responsible for the injuries to both Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere. As a manager, Wenger feels responsible for players like Ramsey and Wilshere who got injured at the early stage of their careers. The ex-Arsenal and AS Monaco manager spoke about the two players in a chat with The Telegraph. According to him, the game has witnessed more positivity with the introduction of VAR as he said that the kicking suffered by the more technical guys has reduced.

RAMSEY PRAISED FOR ATALANTA PERFORMANCE

Juventus manager Maximiliano Allegri has praised midfielder Aaron Ramsey following his performance during the friendly game with Atalanta at the weekend. Allegri gave Aaron Ramsey a positive appraisal after his impressive outing for the Old Lady at the expense of Atalanta.

Allegri talked about Welsh international Ramsey and his outstanding contribution to the aforementioned friendly encounter in a chat with reporters shortly after the match. According to him, Aaron Ramsey played a good game and that he has a future in front of the defence.

COULD RAMSEY BE SET ON A PREMIER LEAGUE RETURN?

As the question mark over the future of Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey continues to grow bigger, there is now a huge possibility that he could be making a sensational return to England, with another club from London targeting a move for him this summer. Ramsey's future with the Old Lady has continued to come under huge uncertainty in recent months and up till now, there hasn't been any clear indication regarding whether or not he will continue as a Juve player beyond the current summer transfer window.

COULD RAMSEY BE SET ON A PREMIER LEAGUE RETURN?

As the question mark over the future of Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey continues to grow bigger, there is now a huge possibility that he could be making a sensational return to England, with another club from London targeting a move for him this summer. Ramsey's future with the Old Lady has continued to come under huge uncertainty in recent months and up till now, there hasn't been any clear indication regarding whether or not he will continue as a Juve player beyond the current summer transfer window.

DOES RAMSEY HAVE A LIFELINE AT JUVE NEXT SEASON?

Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey did not have the best of seasons during the last campaign and it was largely due to the fact that he was not allowed to play as many games as he would have loved to. He has always shown that he would so much love the idea to play more frequently for the Old Lady bit his chances have not been coming of late and that has particularly led to him being linked with a move away from Turin. Before the end of the past season, he featured in limited games under Andrea Pirlo and reports stated that he was ready to move on this summer.

RAMSEY CONTINUES TO MOVE CLOSER TO JUVE EXIT

While Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey has continued to remain coy about his future, reports have continued to circulate that the player is all set to quit the Italian Serie A giants. Ramsey was reduced to a bit-part role at the Old Lady last season and was not allowed to feature in a lot of games by the then-manager Andrea Pirlo, leading to the birth of rumors and speculations that have continued to cast doubts about his long-term stay with Juve.

RAMSEY PROUD JUVE QUALIFIED FOR CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey has expressed his delight about the club sealing their qualification for the UEFA Champions League group stages for next season even though they had to wait until the last day of the just-concluded campaign to confirm their qualification. In what was a strange season for the Old Lady outfit, they almost missed out on playing in the elite European competition next season and were close to only qualifying for a Europa League spot.

On the last day of the Italian Serie A season, they needed to win their last game and also needed a win from Atalanta against AC Milan, as well as Napoli dropping points for them to scale through. However, Milan defeated Atalanta but Napoli could not win their last game of the season, drawing 1-1 against Verona at home to only make it to the Europa League group stages for next season yet again.

RAMSEY: JUVE WILL FIGHT TILL THE END

Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey has insisted that he and his teammates will stop at nothing until they ensure that they have done everything within their capacity to qualify for the UEFA Champions League next season. Ramsey was speaking in an interview with the club's official website where he made the remarks and also said that he knows they have not performed according to expectations this season but they will not stop until they achieve this season's objective.

RAMSEY PLAYS DOWN JUVE EXIT RUMORS

Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey has poured cold water on the reports linking him with an exit from the club, insisting that he has his head and heart set at the Old Lady and does not see himself leaving the club anytime soon. Ramsey has been linked with an exit from Juve since the tail-end of last season after falling out of favor with manager Andrea Pirlo who has been sparingly using the midfielder even when he is fully fit.

Ramsey Reportedly Interested In Liverpool Transfer

Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey is already looking for a new club after growing dissatisfied with life in Turin and wants to move away from the Old Lady in order to get more game time under his belt. The Wales international midfielder has reportedly told friends and family that he is currently in the hunt for a new club and will do everything he can to achieve his desire.

Liverpool have appeared as one of the clubs the midfielder has in mind and with the Reds set to lose the Netherlands international midfielder Georgia Wijnaldum in the summer, the acquisition of Ramsey could well be on the cards. Wijnaldum is refusing to extend his contract at Anfield and has reportedly agreed a deal in principle to move to the Camp Nou in the summer.

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