Rumoured Wolves transfer target Aaron Ramsey is still likely to leave Juventus in the January transfer window, according to journalist Fabrizio Romano.
The Lowdown: Ramsey linked with Wolves move
The 30-year-old was linked with a move to Molineux last month, having ended up staying put in Italy after the summer transfer window.
Ramsey is not considered a key player for Juve after only making one Serie A start so far this season, appearing for just 97 minutes of action overall.
It seems likely that the 69-cap Wales international’s future lies away from the Italian giants, with a return to the Premier League potentially on the cards.
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The Latest: Romano gives fresh update
Taking to Twitter on Tuesday, Romano gave a fresh update regarding Ramsey’s future, admitting that Juve are still aiming to offload him in January:
“Juventus are still planning to find a solution to sell Aaron Ramsey in January. He’s out of the plans and looking for a potential new challenge.”
The midfielder’s current deal in Turin expires in the summer of 2023, at which point he could leave on a free transfer.
The Verdict: Still has plenty of quality
At 30, and with numerous injury problems in the past, Ramsey may be more of a short-term fix at Wolves rather than a long-term solution.
That being said, his pedigree speaks for itself, with 18 goals scored at international level, including two in European Championships, as well as 65 goals and 65 assists for Arsenal. He has also been hailed as ‘world-class’ by Wales team-mate Joe Allen.
Ramsey could offer Wolves’ midfield more of the kind of goal threat which can be lacking from the likes of Joao Moutinho and Ruben Neves, giving Bruno Lage another exciting option in the middle of the park.
In other news, one Wolves player has been linked with a move to a European club. Find out who it is here.
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