Wolves are being linked with a late loan swoop for Aaron Ramsey.
According to Calciomercato, Wanderers could be set to move for the Wales international with his club Juventus keen to get him off their books.
It’s explained that Wolves were turned down by the player during the last window. As were some other clubs.
But it seems Wanderers could now return for the ex-Arsenal man, with the likes of Burnley and Crystal Palace having failed to sign him. Apparently agent Jorge Mendes is ‘taking care’ of the situation.
Earlier this month, Juve boss Max Allegri described Ramsey as ‘an outgoing player’.
There were then reports (CM via Football Italia) that Ramsey was irking officials by rejecting offers to leave.
It is clear the Italian giants want him gone, but it remains to be seen if they get their wish.
Wolves are currently lacking central midfield options.
Ruben Neves and Joao Moutinho have been fantastic this season and are both seemingly loving life under Bruno Lage.
Then there’s Leander Dendoncker who is a nice alterative for the manager.
But Wolves don’t really have an out-and-out attacking midfielder.
Wolves should only move for Ramsey if he agrees to big pay cut
It will be very interesting to see if Wolves do come in for Ramsey tomorrow.
Obviously he is a player who comes with a bit of baggage.
He’s had quite a few injury problems during his time in Turin. And then perhaps the biggest stumbling block to any deal would be his high wages.
When he signed for Juve as a free agent in 2019, he was earning a staggering £400,000-a-week (BBC Sport).
He’ll likely have to agree slash his wages massively in order for Wolves to get involved.