Tottenham offered sensational chance to sign former Arsenal star – report –


    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.

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    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.

    Would you be happy if Tottenham were to sign Aaron Ramsey? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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