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Juventus sends a clear message to Ramsey with their USA tour decision

July 20, 2022 - 8:00 am

Juventus has left Aaron Ramsey behind for their tour of the USA in a clear sign that he has to leave.

The midfielder has failed to make an impact at the club since he joined them in 2019 as a free agent.

Injuries have plagued his time in Turin and he was sent out on loan to Rangers in the second half of the last campaign.

Juve hoped he would do well at the home of the Scottish side and prompt them to sign him permanently.

However, his injury problems followed him there, and he also missed a decisive spot-kick which saw them lose the Europa League final.

The Bianconeri are now working to terminate his contract, and a report on Football Italia says they have left him behind to sort it out.

He wants 4m euros to walk away, but Juve wants to offer him just 2m euros. Both parties will continue discussions.

Juve FC Says

Ramsey has stuck around like a bad smell and we need to get rid of him soon enough.

The midfielder is simply not needed by us now, and there is no need to keep him.

We probably need to increase our offer, but he is not worth paying up to 4m euros to leave.

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    Don La Vita July 20, 2022 at 8:14 am

    Sorry Aaron but thats not fully accurate. He done decent his 1st year till the injury and Arthur has less goals and assists than him. Its a shame and yes not worth 4m but maybe if everyone including Ramsey was abit kinder, we could work it out swiftly. His a brilliant talent and its sad it aint work

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    martinn July 20, 2022 at 8:43 am

    I’d argue it is worth 4 why ruin positive vibes

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    Nelly July 21, 2022 at 1:15 pm

    I don’t know what you mean “he’s not worth £4m to leave”, he has a contract, so he either stays & is paid the full amount (£7m is it?) or you pay him what he’s asking for to leave early & walk away from the rest of what he’s owed. If he’s not worth £4m, he’s not worth £7m is he? Lesson is, don’t give big, long contracts to injury prone players