Wolves transfer news: Max Allegri says Wolves-linked Aaron Ramsey is leaving
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Wolves transfer news: Max Allegri says Wolves-linked Aaron Ramsey is leaving

Aaron Ramsey is set to leave Juventus according to Max Allergi, following recent transfer links to Wolves.

The Wales international will be moving on this month, as has been widely expected.

As quoted by Juventus’ official Twitter account, Allegri said: “Aaron Ramsey is an outgoing player. Instead @AlvaroMorata will not leave, he is a performance footballer. The problem with him is that he is given a wrong label. He is very important: I talked to him and I told him not to move from here. Case closed.”

Ramsey left the Premier League in 2019, finishing his contract with Arsenal.

He moved to Juve on a free transfer, signing a huge £400,000-a-week deal (BBC Sport).

Things haven’t gone particularly well for Ramsey during his time in Italy.

He has struggled a bit with injury, and also suffered as a result of Juventus having a lot of midfield players.

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But it seems now he will embark on a new chapter.

Back in October, Corriere dello Sport claimed (print edition, pg 19, Oct 8, 2021) that Wolves were planning a bid for the 31-year-old.

It remains to be seen if Wolves do look at trying to sign the star.

90min actually claimed in a report yesterday that Wolves are still looking at Ramsey.

The Telegraph did make a worrying claim recently that Fosun are reluctant to bankroll any major additions this month.

Could Wolves make Aaron Ramsey move after Allegri says he’s leaving Juventus?

It is probably still unlikely, but you never know.

Wolves need another midfielder. Preferably someone with an eye for goal.

Renato Sanches is the man most Wolves supporters would like to see come through the door this window. The club are supposedly looking closely at him.

But perhaps Ramsey, if he was willing to take a big pay cut, could be someone to consider.

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He has previous in the Premier League, having scored 40 goals in 262 games in the competition.

It is just whether it’d be a risk worth taking given his recent injury history.

Bruno Lage’s Wolves have shown at times this season they can adopt a very intense style, which may not suit Ramsey.