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Juventus are prepared to sell Welsh midfielder Aaron Ramsey when the transfer window resumes in January according to Goal journalist Romeo Agresti. He revealed that Aaron won't terminate his contract with the Old Lady and that the Welshman remains on the transfer market ahead of a possible move at the start of next year.

Ramsey, 31, has spent two seasons at Juventus and the Welsh international is in the middle of his third season on the back of his free transfer signing. He left Arsenal to join Juventus as a free agent two years ago after his Gunners contract ended. He has not been able to establish himself in the Juventus starting XI during his time at the club due to fitness issues and injuries.

Italian news outlet Calciomercato and Gazzettadello Sport (GdS) had earlier reported that Juventus are thinking about terminating Aaron Ramsey’s contract, but that would not be the case as reported by Goal journalist Agresti. There's has been no contact between Juventus and the player's representatives on contract termination and that it is not an option at the moment.

Aaron Ramsey has made just five appearances for Juventus under new manager Maximiliano Allegri this season and his huge salary makes it difficult for the club to be able to move him on. The Welsh national team player earns €7m on a yearly basis at Juventus. His agents also earn €2.8m annually from the Old Lady as part of the free transfer deal which took him to the club in 2019.

It is clear that Aaron Ramsey is not in the plans of manager Allegri at Juventus having been used sparingly since the Italian returned to the Juventus dugout this summer. The Old Lady are keen to get the huge salary earned by Ramsey off their wage bill so as to make room for a new midfielder.