Liverpool fans want Euro 2020 hero signed after Wales masterclass
Aaron Ramsey starred last night as Wales defeated Turkey 2-0 at Euro 2020, with his performance sending Liverpool fans into raptures.
The Juventus midfielder fluffed two big chances before finally firing his team in front on the stroke of half-time.
He then produced a battling display of real quality to help get Rob Page’s team over the line in Baku.
Liverpool were linked with a move for the ex-Arsenal man back in May, according to the Mirror.
It’s claimed that the Old Lady are prepared to sell Ramsey for just £10 million this summer as they look to balance the books.
The Wales midfielder earns £120,000-a-week in Turin and they’d like that salary away from their wage bill.
Ramsey is only 30 and knows all about the Premier League. He made 371 appearances for Arsenal, scoring 65 goals and claiming 65 assists.
A return to England would probably be the most likely and his showing at Euro 2020 will help him get a new club.
His time at Juventus hasn’t been fruitful. He’s struggled to impress, playing just 65 games for the club.
As a result a transfer looks on the cards and the versatile midfielder looks an asset.
Liverpool fans want Ramsey signed after Euro 2020 exploits
Following last night’s game, the Reds faithful took to Twitter to discuss the performance of Ramsey.
They are keen to see Michael Edwards use his transfer knowledge to bring him to Anfield this summer.
Liverpool have lost Gini Wijnaldum to PSG and a midfielder is required.
Ramsey provides that little bit of experience that the Dutchman added to the midfield. As a result, many believe he’d be a decent signing.
Liverpool fans took to Twitter after the game to discuss Ramsey’s impact.
Many want him signed this summer and here is what they had to say about the Wales star.
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