Report: Newcastle, Everton and Leeds have now been offered 'world-class' international midfielder ahead of Monday
Juventus are continuing to shop Aaron Ramsey ahead of the January transfer window closing on Monday evening and have offered the midfielder to Newcastle, Leeds and Crystal Palace, while Everton have also been sounded out.
According to 90Min, Juventus have once again approached those clubs in the last week to offer them the chance to sign Ramsey. Crucially, the report states how none of the teams mentioned have completely ruled out making a move for the Welshman.
Ramsey is on huge money over in Italy ever since signing for Juve on a free-transfer from Arsenal. However, his move hasn’t quite gone to plan and the Turin giants are now desperate to get him off the books.
In terms of if any of those clubs could meet his demands, it would appear Newcastle are most likely. The Toon are expecting a busy few days as the window draws to a close. They are about to sign Bruno Guimaraes from Lyon too, and adding Ramsey would be another big step.
Leeds and Everton, meanwhile, would likely need to Ramsey to take a big drop in money.
TBR’s View: Ramsey A Good Signing For Anyone On The Right Terms
It’s well known he’s on over £300k-a-week with Juventus, so those figures are unlikely to be matched by anyone in all honesty. However, there does seem to be scope for a deal here.
Ramsey would be great with Newcastle and Leeds. A move to Everton too, where he’ll likely work under Frank Lampard, is also an intriguing option. Called ‘world class’ by Welsh teammate Ben Davies, Ramsey’s quality is obvious.
Come Monday night, it would be no surprise at all to see Aaron Ramsey back in England.
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