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Report: Wolves target Aaron Ramsey’s plan regarding Juventus future

The future of Juventus star Aaron Ramsey continues to be a subject of conversation which Wolverhampton Wanderers could be paying special attention to.

Respected journalist Fabrizio Romano has now tweeted an update on when Ramsey is expected to make a decision on whether his chapter in Turin will continue or end.

Newcastle United are inevitably going to be linked with the Welshman given their new financial muscle and ability to offer big wages, but Wolverhampton Wanderers are interested in him too.

Corriere dello Sport (print edition, page 19, October 8, 2021) have reported that Wolves are planning to make a bid for Ramsey in the January transfer window.

It seems Ramsey still wants to make a success of his Juventus career, but has not definitively decided on what he will do yet.

The 30-year-old is probably torn on accepting it hasn’t worked out at the Italian giants and still believing he can force his way into Massimiliano
Allegri’s plans.

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There is no denying when the Wales international is fit, he could add goals and creativity to any midfield and that’s something that Bruno Lage will want to add to his side.

Ramsey scored for Wales on Friday night against the Czech Republic.

That performance saw him described as ‘unbelievable’ by former international teammate Ashley Williams.

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Wales won in 1-0 Estonia last night, with Ramsey setting up Kieffer Moore’s winner, to put them in a strong position to finish second in the group.

As we have seen in a matter of days, speculation surrounding Ramsey’s future is only going to intensify as we itch closer to the January transfer window.

If the former Arsenal man opts to leave Italy and wants to come back to the Premier League, then Fosun would be foolish not to enquire.

There will be plenty of twists and turns regarding Ramsey and if he does confirm his desire to leave there will be many clubs queuing up to secure his signature which could include Wolves and Newcastle.

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