Sharing an update on the future of West Ham United target Aaron Ramsey, reliable reporter Fabrizio Romano has revealed what the player is planning to do in December and January.
The Lowdown: West Ham eye Ramsey move…
As per reports from Italy, the Hammers and new recruitment chief Rob Newman have their eyes on the Juventus midfielder.
Calciomercato (via Sport Witness) claim that West Ham have set their sights on Ramsey and tentative contact has already been made over a potential move.
The Old Lady are apparently eager to offload in January whilst making as much profit as possible and getting his sky high €7 million-per-year (£5.9m) salary off the books.
Now, Romano has shared an update on the player’s situation.
The Latest: Ramsey set for crunch winter call…
As per the reliable transfer journalist, Ramsey is set for a crunch ‘December/January’ transfer call over his future.
“There were no approaches from Newcastle new board for Aaron Ramsey or Mauro Icardi as things stand now,” the Italian explained on Twitter.
“Icardi is not planning to leave Paris Saint-Germain in the next few months. Ramsey will decide his future in December/January.”
The Verdict: West Ham set for wait…
As Newman and West Ham allegedly target the 30-year-old, the question remains as to whether he can indeed improve David Moyes’ options.
Dubbed ‘world class’ by international teammate Joe Allen, Ramsey clearly still has some ability in his locker going by his showings for Wales at Euro 2020.
He is also experienced in the Premier League, having notched 65 goals and 65 assists in 371 appearances for Arsenal before leaving north London.
The only object may be his wages and whether or not Moyes will want that aspect of his transfer potentially splitting the dressing room.
In other news: West Ham now plotting big money bid to sign 115-goal striker who Moyes personally wants, find out more here.
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