Juventus could be forced to welcome Aaron Ramsey back to Turin, as his loan move to Glasgow Rangers has not resolved on-going fitness problems.
The midfielder is one of the biggest earners at the Serie A club, as he arrived as a free agent from Arsenal and so was offered a large salary package worth €7.5m per season net.
However, the Wales international has barely set foot on the pitch in the Bianconeri jersey due to muscular injuries and poor form.
Selling him proved difficult in January, so he was sent on loan to Glasgow Rangers, with the hope they’d make the move permanent.
According to Tuttosport, Giovanni van Bronckhorst has close to zero intention of keeping Ramsey beyond June 30, punting the problem straight back to Juventus.
His contract with the Old Lady runs to June 2023, so the club may well try to cut its losses and negotiate an early termination to get him off the books.
Juve, Ramsey destinato a tornare: ricomincia il tormentone, la missione di Cherubini https://t.co/POHZzeQHHJ pic.twitter.com/IGpoyxBQUO
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