Juventus will look to terminate Aaron Ramsey’s contract this summer in the increasingly likely event that he doesn’t sign for Rangers.

TURIN, ITALY - AUGUST 14: Aaron Ramsey of Juventus is challenged by Matteo Pessina of Atalanta BC during the pre-season friendly match between Juventus and Atalanta BC at Allianz Stadium on August 14, 2021 in Turin, Italy. (Photo by Emilio Andreoli/Getty Images)
TURIN, ITALY: Aaron Ramsey of Juventus is challenged by Matteo Pessina of Atalanta BC during the pre-season friendly match between Juventus and Atalanta BC at Allianz Stadium on August 14, 2021. (Photo by Emilio Andreoli/Getty Images)

Daniele Longo (via AllJuveCast) reports that as things stand, Aaron Ramsey’s loan to Rangers won’t be made permanent, and he’ll return to Juventus.

The Serie A club will then look to terminate the midfielder’s contract. However, Ramsey rejected a contract termination in January, so there could still be further twists to come.

Calciomercato.it previously reported that Juventus were hoping when they loaned Ramsey to Rangers that he would play consistently and put in impressive performances that would earn him a permanent transfer.

In reality, the Italian outlet claim a permanent move to Rangers “seems to be moving further and further away”. A return to Juventus at the end of the season now “seems inevitable”.

The former Arsenal man has made four appearances for Rangers since joining in January, for a total of 94 minutes on the pitch.

The vast majority of that total comes from a 61-minute appearance in the Scottish Cup against fourth-tier side Annan Athletic FC.

VALE OF GLAMORGAN, WALES - NOVEMBER 09: Aaron Ramsey of Wales trains during a Wales Training Session at The Vale Resort on November 09, 2021 in Vale of Glamorgan, Wales. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)
VALE OF GLAMORGAN, WALES: Aaron Ramsey of Wales trains during a Wales Training Session at The Vale Resort on November 09, 2021. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

It’s pretty clear that Rangers are unwilling to use Ramsey in any matches of importance so far.

That may change when he settles in, and it’ll have to for there to be any chance of a permanent summer transfer.

For the time being, it looks as if we’re set for another few months of speculation on the midfielder’s future.

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