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While Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey has continued to remain coy about his future, reports have continued to circulate that the player is all set to quit the Italian Serie A giants. Ramsey was reduced to a bit-part role at the Old Lady last season and was not allowed to feature in a lot of games by the then-manager Andrea Pirlo, leading to the birth of rumors and speculations that have continued to cast doubts about his long-term stay with Juve.

After discovering that he was no longer a confirmed starter in the first team, reports claimed that Ramsey began to hunt for a new club. Reports from multiple sources dropped hints that the Wales international midfielder became interested in moving back to his former club, Arsenal. The English Premier League club were equally said to be interested in bringing back their former player to the Emirates Stadium but when asked if the rumors were real, the Gunners manager, Mikel Arteta insisted that he would not talk about players of other clubs.

Following the dismissal of Pirlo and the confirmation of the appointment of ex-Juve boss Massimiliano Allegri, it is widely believed that Ramsey will have another shot at convincing his new manager that he deserves to be given a chance at the club. Also, Allegri's return is said to be a huge boost to the confidence of some of the fringe players under Pirlo as they all reportedly have a renewed hope that they can stay and fight for their place in the team.

However, one of the conditions that saw Allegri take back the managerial job was that the club were going to hand him some funds to sign new players in the summer transfer window - casting more doubts over the future of Ramsey and some other players.