BREAKING NEWS: Aaron Ramsey’s £400,000-a-week contract is RIPPED by Juventus as he walks away from Turin after three terrible years… with Monza, MLS and a move to Turkey all potential options for the welsh star
- BREAKING: Juventus have confirmed they have terminated Aaron Ramsey’s contract
- The news broke with a blunt 13-word statement posted to Twitter
- The Wales international spent the second half of last season on loan at Rangers
- The midfielder could go to Turkey or the United States, or stay in Italy
Juventus have confirmed they have terminated Aaron Ramsey’s contract after three turbulent years in Turin.
The news came in a stark 13-word statement the Italian giants posted on Twitter.
Juventus’ statement read in Italian: “The consensual termination of the contract that bound Aaron Ramsey to Juventus is official.
“Good luck, @AaronRamsay!”
Juventus have terminated Aaron Ramsay’s contract after three years at the Italian giants
The Wales international was thought to earn £400,000 a week playing for Juventus – and was recently loaned out to Rangers due to his struggles in Turin.
Sportsmail had previously considered some of the options open to Ramsey, 31, with his future up in the air.
One of the potential rumors is that Ramsey is staying in Italy, joining Monza under their boss Silvio Berlusconi. The controversial Italian politician is believed to be keen on landing a star, which could be the perfect next role for the former Arsenal man.
Ramsey is believed to have turned down the opportunity to play for former teammate Andrea Pirlo at Turkish Karagumruk, while Galatasaray were also thought to be interested. This definitely opens up the possibility for the Wales international to try his luck in the Turkish league.
Or he could be tempted to follow his friend Gareth Bale into the world of MLS, with many American teams likely to monitor Ramsey’s availability.
Ramsey has previously worked with Andrea Pirlo and could join Turkey’s Karagumruk
Earning £400,000 a week during his time at Juventus, the club hoped Ramsey would light up Serie A.
However, he struggled to justify the salary, making just 49 appearances for the side since joining in 2019, scoring five goals.
He joined Scottish side Rangers in January this year on a loan deal until the end of the season. During his short spell at Ibrox, he scored two goals in seven appearances, but he joined Juventus for the pre-season.
However, the Italian club have since confirmed they have no future at the Allianz Stadium, with the briefest of statements confirming the two sides have parted ways with immediate effect.
Central midfielder Ramsey spent the second half of last season on loan at Scottish Rangers