Aaron Ramsey is reportedly not keen to seal a January move to Wolves.

Calciomercato report that Wales international doesn’t fancy a mid-season move to Molineux or Crystal Palace, who are also supposedly keen.

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Ramsey is struggling for game time at Juventus.

He has only made five appearances this season, and hasn’t featured since making a six-minute cameo against Zenit in the Champions League back in October.

Injuries have again limited him in 2021/22, and it seems Juve are determined to get him off the books.

It was reported recently by Fabrizio Romano that Ramsey is very keen to embark on a new challenge.

It was also claimed that Wolves were planning to bid for the ex-Arsenal man.

Aaron Ramsey in action for Wales against Denmark
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Until now, there hasn’t been anything about Ramsey’s feeling on a potential move to Wolves.

Bruno Lage has been talking for weeks now about broadening his squad in January.

At the moment, he has just three senior central midfield options; Ruben Neves, Joao Moutinho and Leander Dendoncker.

Wolves definitely need to sign at least one next month, but it seems that signing will not be Ramsey.

Ramsey transfer would be a big risk from Wolves

There will be some Wolves fans out there who aren’t keen to see Ramsey make a move to Molineux anyway.

The 30-year-old has not enjoyed a good spell in Italy.

And he has had a number of injuries since he went there.

Ramsey walks with Locatelli in Juventus training
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Although he tends to turn it on for Wales, Ramsey would just represent a risky signing.

Yes he previously played in the Premier League, but that was a while ago now. Wolves surely need to get someone in who would be less of a risk and take a lot less money per week than Ramsey.

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