Wolverhampton Wanderers are said to be on the tail of Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey.
That is the claim made by Tuttojuve, who state that the Wales international’s future ‘continues to hang’ in Turin.
Ramsey has been with the Old Lady since the summer of 2019 after running down his contract with Arsenal, but has not had a particularly great time of things at the Italian giants.
The 30-year-old has clocked up 55 appearances for the club to date, but has scored just five goals and made four assists.
He has struggled to earn nailed-on starter status under Andrea Pirlo and Maurizio Sarri before him, with competition for places in midfield at the club strong.
According to Tuttojuve, Juventus could look to demand around €10-15 million (£8.8-£13.2 million) for his sale.
Given they landed him for free, that would net them a small profit on the player.
Ramsey is the highest-earning British player ever, based on basic salary, on a massive £400,000-a-week at Juve (BBC Sport), which could well explain why they would want him off the books.
It’s added that Tottenham Hotspur are also tracking.
Steer clear unless huge pay cut
Wolves should be looking to avoid temptation over Ramsey, unless the player would be willing to take a massive pay cut.
But even if he would be willing to do that, there would be question marks about whether he’d be a good addition.
Certainly the goalscoring midfielder of a couple of years ago would be a wonderful addition for Wolves, but it’s questionable he is still that player today.