Liverpool can apparently sign Aaron Ramsey from Juventus for around £10m in a move that would surely divide the Arsenal fan base.

Juventus' Welsh midfielder Aaron Ramsey shots the ball during the Italian Cup quarter final football match between Juventus and Spal on January 27, 2021 at the Allkianz stadium in Turin. (Photo by Isabella BONOTTO / AFP)
Juventus’ Welsh midfielder Aaron Ramsey shots the ball during the Italian Cup quarter final football match between Juventus and Spal on January 27, 2021 at the Allkianz stadium in Turin. (Photo by Isabella BONOTTO / AFP)

When Aaron Ramsey was at Arsenal, he divided fans. Many adored him while many others wanted him to leave.

In the end, Arsenal gave Ramsey no choice by withdrawing his contract offer as Unai Emery got set to arrive and he was allowed to join Juventus for free.

Two years later and he is being heavily linked with a move away as Juventus look to clear his massive wages from their payroll.

Arsenal have also been linked with a move for their former midfielder but it is Liverpool who are stealing the headlines with TuttoJuve claiming that, after two goals and five assists this season in 30 games (19 starts), Ramsey is available for just £10m despite being valued at around £18m. Juve are starting the bidding at £17m but will, apparently, take a lot less.

Ramsey has been linked with a Juventus exit since not long after his arrival, turning up in Turin with a hamstring injury that had put an end to his Arsenal career early, but it does feel like this could be the summer he actually moves.

As one of the people who loved Ramsey at Arsenal, it would stick in my throat to see him anywhere other than Arsenal in England. That being said, Arsenal probably shouldn’t move for him nor be swayed by sentimentality.

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