Aaron Ramsey has asked Juventus to settle the final year of his contract worth £400,000 a week so that he can walk out of the club as a free agent. The player has only one year remaining on his deal, and wants to make it to the World Cup in the best shape possible.
He is an important part of the Wales squad, and wants to move to a team where he can get regular minutes ahead of the winter tournament. While most clubs would have hesitated to pay his massive wages, signing him on a free transfer with a reduced pay would be an attractive proposition.
Aaron Ramsey wants Juventus exit this summer
The 31-year-old spent the season gone by on loan with Rangers, after joining them in January. He has expressed his dissatisfaction with Max Allegri’s training methods in the past, and wants to reach an agreement to move on in the coming weeks.
Since arriving as a free agent from Arsenal, Aaron Ramsey has been unable to nail down a starting position at Juventus. As a result, there has been a lot of criticism heaped on him, and his high paying contract has not helped the situation.
With the World Cup only four months away, and Paul Pogba back in the fold, the Welshman wants regular playing time elsewhere. But before that, the terms with the club will need to be discussed and finalised.