Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey has left Serie A giants Juventus. Juventus has informed the media that the contract with Ramsey has been canceled based on a mutual agreement.
Juventus’ pre-season tour of the United States was announced last week without Ramsey.
Ramsey joined the Turin giants on a free transfer in 2019. At that time his weekly salary was 400,000 pounds. But in the second half of the 2021-22 season, the former Arsenal midfielder went to play for the Scottish team Rangers on loan. Ramsey was in the final year of his lucrative Juventus contract.
Ramsey is now expected to devote time to match preparation as part of Wales’ preparations ahead of the World Cup in Qatar in November. To that end, Juventus allowed Ramsey to sign with another club a little earlier. Ramsey played just five matches in a Juventus jersey last season.
While there have been rumors of a return to former club Cardiff City, many clubs may eventually be forced to back down due to the size of the deal.
On top of that, various injury problems plagued him almost the entire time of last season. That’s why it is doubtful whether any top club will show any interest in him. Ramsey has already ruled out Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri’s pre-season tour.