Tottenham have been offered the chance to sign former Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey – less than 12 months after the Welshman switched the Premier League for Serie A.
Ramsey, who left the Gunners to join Juventus on a free transfer last summer, has played just 24 times under Maurizio Sarri – scoring four times – and has struggled for a regular starting place since he arrived in Italy.
And with the Coronavirus pandemic causing clubs major financial problems, the Italian league leaders are looking to offload the 29-year-old, who was left out of the squad for their Coppa Italia semi-final victory over AC Milan on Friday, to ease some of their difficulties.
A report from The Sun suggests that Tottenham are plotting a loan move for the ex-Arsenal man, who is currently on £400,000 per-week, although his enormous wages could prove to be a stumbling block – with Ramsey earning double the amount that Harry Kane does, who is currently Spurs’ highest paid player.
Manchester United and City are both also interested in Ramsey – with indications that Juventus would be keen on paying half of the Welsh international’s hefty wages.
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