Wolverhampton Wanderers target and Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey has set his eyes on a return to the Premier League.
That’s according to Italian news outlet Calciomercato.
The report has claimed that Ramsey rejected the chance to join Wolves this summer to prove himself to returning Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri.
However, the Wales international midfielder does not seem to be central to Allegri’s plans.
This season in the Serie A, he has only played three times, amassing less than 100 minutes of league football.
Despite this, he has been in excellent form for Wales in recent days. On Friday, Ramsey scored a key goal in their 2-2 draw with the Czech Republic.
Could Ramsey join Wolves?
According to Calciomercato, Wolves were the frontrunners for Ramsey’s signature last summer.
They now report that Crystal Palace, Everton and Newcastle United all are interested in the former Arsenal star now.
Wolves are desperate for a central midfielder, and Ramsey could bring them some much-needed goal threat.
Out of their current crop of midfielders, only Leander Dendoncker has scored this campaign.
That being said, Dendoncker’s goal was in the Carabao Cup and the Belgian has generally been out of favour with Bruno Lage. He has not started in the league yet.
Ever since Wolves have been in the Premier League, they have been missing a more attack-minded midfielder.
The closest thing to that they have had have been Morgan Gibbs-White or Vintinha – both in the infancies of their career.
Therefore, the addition of Ramsey could solve a few problems for Wolves.