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Aaron Ramsey looking forward to season restart with Juventus

Wales international Aaron Ramsey is looking forward to the resumption of the Serie A campaign following the coronavirus shutdown. The 29-year-old has experienced a mixed debut season with Juventus where he has suffered a few niggles and that has restricted his playing time from the starting lineup.

Ramsey’s arrival could also bring Pogba back to Juve

The outbreak of coronavirus has affected the finances of the football clubs all over Europe. They are facing millions of loss in the finance section. The big problem arises in the case of transfers and, in the summer transfer window, there will be no big deals with financial constraints presents. Many of the clubs are offering players instead of money.

Merson urges Arsenal to avoid Ramsey situation with Aubameyang

Arsenal legend-turned-pundit Paul Merson has urged the Gunners to sort out the future of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang at the earliest opportunity. The 30-year-old currently has less than 15 months remaining on his contract with the Gunners and he has been touted to head through the club’s exit door during the summer unless he puts pen-to-paper on a fresh deal.

Toni urges Juventus to sign Gabriel Jesus instead of Harry Kane

Italy legend Luca Toni believes Juventus should target the signing of Gabriel Jesus ahead of Harry Kane during this summer’s transfer window. The Bianconeri are said to be keen on recruiting a new marksman ahead of the 2020/21 campaign and Kane has emerged as a surprise candidate to fulfil the position.

Arsenal legend says United should sign Ramsey in exchange for Pogba

Arsenal legend Ray Parlour believes Manchester United should look at the possibility of signing midfielder Aaron Ramsey from Juventus, should they want to land Paul Pogba in the summer. Pogba has been constantly linked with a move away from Old Trafford and his agent Mino Raiola has publicly stated that the Frenchman would prefer a fresh challenge away from the Premier League.

Adams says Emery made two mistakes which got him sacked at Arsenal

Arsenal legend Tony Adams has said that manager Unai Emery made the wrong choice to part ways with Laurent Koscielny and Aaron Ramsey over the summer and that has ultimately cost him the Arsenal job. Ramsey left the Gunners on a free transfer to Juventus after the conclusion of his contract while Koscielny pushed through a move to Bordeaux.

In a report covered by, Adams said that Emery made a mistake to allow Koscielny and Ramsey to leave the Emirates, considering they were among the best players at the club. He added that the recruitment has been pretty poor and the Spaniard’s dismissal comes as no surprise to him, he told:
“I don’t want any coach losing his job but the club’s not going forward, it’s not progressing. The recruitment has been really poor. We got rid of Koscielny – our best player – he had to go last year & Ramsey, we lost. The team is evidently weaker because of it. I could put a team together that is more organised than that.”

Arsene Wenger Offers Shocking Revelation about Ramsey

Former Arsenal manager has come up with a shocking revelation that midfielder Aaron Ramsey to stay with the Gunners until the moment the club withdrew their offer of a new deal. Ramsey became of the finest midfielders in the world when he was groomed by Arsenal, but a major shock was in stores for Arsenal when the player decided to join Juventus on a free transfer.

After months of negotiation, Arsenal gave up hopes of keeping Ramsey at the club. Now, however, Wenger has revealed that the player wanted to stay at the Emirates stadium but the club did not show a lot of interest in keeping him.

Ramsey Warns Juve about Alexis Sanchez’ Threat

Aaron Ramsey claims that Juventus need to be aware of the threat posed by Inter Milan’s Alexis Sanchez when the two teams meet each other on Sunday. This will be the biggest clash of the weekend in the Italian Serie A. Interestingly, Sanchez and Ramsey played with each other during their Arsenal days. The two players were teammates for three years and they picked up two FA Cup trophies together. However, they will be playing on opposite sides this weekend. Due to his knowledge about Sanchez, Ramsey claims that Juventus need to be warned about his presence.

After arriving on a loan deal from Manchester United only in the summer, Sanchez has already started making an impact and he was one of the scorers in the 3-1 success over Sampdoria. Ramsey has already scored his first goal for Juventus since making the switch from Arsenal on a free transfer. The midfielder came up with the equaliser in the recent win over Hellas Verona. Inter are definitely making a challenge for the league title after appointing Antonio Conte as their manager. Ramsey is aware of the improvements made by the 2010 champions who have brought in players like Romelu Lukaku during the summer.

Trippier praises Atletico’s mentality after comeback draw against Juve

Atletico Madrid defender Kieran Trippier has praised the mentality of the team as they came from two goals down to share the spoils against Juventus. The Spanish outfit appeared on course to suffer a defeat during their opening group stage game of the Champions League but they managed to salvage a point after Stefan Savic and Hector Herrera scored in the final 20 minutes.

Speaking after the 2-2 draw, Trippier revealed that there is a fighting spirit within the squad and that mentality comes through the manager, who has encouraged a high level of workrate right from the training sessions, he told The Mail: "We didn't stop, we didn't change, we kept on going, we always believed. It shows great mentality to pull it back against a fantastic team.

Juventus sporting director dismisses the prospect of Paulo Dybala leaving the club

sporting director Fabio Paratici has dismissed the prospect of Paulo Dybala
leaving the Bianconeri despite the speculation over the attacker’s future. The Argentine
was linked with both Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur before the close
of the Premier League transfer window but a deal did not materialise with
either team due to issues regarding the image rights.

As such,Dybala continues to remain in the ranks of the Bianconeri and when asked about
the forward’s future, Paratici said that there has been nothing concrete with
respect to the player’s potential departure from Turin, he told: ''We are in
the market, it is normal that there are interests but to close a deal everyone
must agree: club and player. Dybala? It's like all the other players. He is of
Juve, and he is a great player, our 10. It is clear that there are speeches
that are made for him and also for others. These are speeches that we will deepen
and apply to everyone, not just for him."