Aaron Ramsey asks Juventus to settle the final year of his contract

Aaron Ramsey asks Juventus to settle the final year of his deal in a bid to move elsewhere for free as the Wales star prepares to walk away from his £400,000-a-week contract in Turin

  • Aaron Ramsey would like Juventus to settle the final year of his contract in Turin
  • The midfielder is prepared to wave farewell to his £400,000-a-week salary
  • He was loaned out to Rangers last campaign and wants to join a new club for free
  • The Welsh star would be highly sought after were he and Juve to agree terms 
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Aaron Ramsey is in talks with Juventus to settle the final year of his contract and allow him to sign for another club for free.

The Wales star is prepared to walk away from the Serie A club, where he earns about £400,000 a week, to ensure he can play regular football with the World Cup just four months away.

If Ramsey and Juve can agree terms, the attacking midfielder, who turns 32 on Boxing Day, would represent an attractive proposition to a number of clubs as they would not have to pay a transfer fee.

Wales star Aaron Ramsey is in talks with Juventus in a bid to settle the final year of his contract

Despite his struggles under Massimiliano Allegri at Juventus, Ramsey remains a key player for his country and has produced consistently impressive performances. Along with Gareth Bale, Ramsey is the outfield player boss Rob Page cannot do without out.

Ramsey’s differences with Allegri were made clear last year when the former Arsenal man expressed dissatisfaction with the Juve boss’ training methods last October.

He said: ‘The training philosophy and methods are different in my club from when I’m with Wales.

The midfielder was loaned to Rangers in January and wants to join a club for free this summer

‘There are a lot of people working for Wales who have a number of years of managing me. 

‘So they know how to get the best out of me and allow me to play a lot of games in a row.

‘Because my outputs in games are pretty high, maybe I need a bit more rest and recovery throughout the week rather than maybe being on the grass for a long period of time and carrying more fatigue into games.’




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