- Aaron Ramsey joined Juventus on a free transfer after leaving Arsenal last summer
- The 29-year-old has struggled to make impact since joining the Italian champions
- Reports say new club boss Andrea Pirlo is ready to allow the player leave the club
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Aaron Ramsey has managed just 24 Serie A appearances since joining Juventus in 2019 under ousted manager Maurizio Sarri and latest reports have it that new manager Andrea Pirlo is ready to let him go.
The 29-year-old former Arsenal star has been far from impressive since arriving Turin last summer on a free transfer despite earning a whopping £400,000-a-week.
Ramsey has suffered lingering injuries in recent times and this has spurred the Italian club to attempt to get him off their wage bill.
He has been offered as part of swap deal for Manchester United’s Paul Pogba and also Tottenham were also offered the player as they seek effort to balance their books.
In July, Premier League club Chelsea were interested in the star as well in another swap deal that would have seen Jorginho once again linking up with his old Blues and Napoli mentor Sarri in Italy.
With Sarri now gone, Juve appear to have cooled their interest in Jorginho.
Meanwhile, Paulo Dybala has become a summer target for Real Madrid and reports claim £90million plus a player will be used to lure away the Juventus star.
Los Blancos were recently dumped out of the Champions League by Man City and club president Florentino Perez believes Dybala is key to bringing glory days back to Madrid.
It is understood the deal would involve either Toni Kroo or Isco for the Argentine superstar to leave the Bianconeri.
However, reports suggest the Italian champions are keen on keeping hold oof the 26-year-old after crashing out of Europe's elite competition.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo earns a massive weekly wage of £540,000 and has just won the Serie A with Italian giants Juventus, but the Old Lady remain without a Champions League title in 24 years.
In an attempt to win the elusive European title, the club dished out a massive £105 million transfer fee in 2018 to sign Ronaldo from La Liga side Real Madrid.
It was gathered that there is rancour within the Juve camp as players murmur that the Portuguese star gets almost four times of what the next highest earner is paid.
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