Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey could depart the Turin outfit at the end of the season after failing to secure regular football under Maurizio Sarri
The Welshman joined the Bianconeri from Arsenal on a Bosman transfer last summer but has struggled to make an impact so far this season, often finding himself low in Sarri’s pecking order.
Indeed, the 29-year-old playmaker has registered just 11 Serie A appearances thus far, with five of them seeing him come in as a substitute.
Ramsey has yet to manage full 90 minutes of top-flight action under Sarri, with several injuries setbacks also disrupting his plans of becoming a starter at the Allianz Stadium.
Now, according to the British publication, CaughtOffside, the Wales international is looking for summer exit, as he hopes to rejuvenate his career after a disappointing six months in Italy.
With Ramsey’s contract due to expire in 2023, the perennial Serie A champions could make a considerable profit should they opt to offload the former Cardiff City youth academy product.
Ramsey can face the same faith of Emre Can, who joined the Turin powerhouse on free and failed to settle in before being sold to Borussia Dortmund last month.