Aaron Ramsey “REJECTS Burnley’s formal approach to bring him back to the Premier League” … with former club Arsenal and Newcastle also linked with Â£ 400,000-a-week Juventus star
- Juventus keen to offload Aaron Ramsey’s salary during transfer window
- Sky Sport Italia claim Burnley has made a formal offer to the Welsh midfielder
- But the 31-year-old hopes to join a more prominent club
- Ramsey has previously been linked with former club Arsenal and Newcastle
Aaron Ramsey has reportedly turned down a formal approach from Burnley to bring him back to the Premier League.
Juventus are keen to offload the Welshman of Â£ 400,000 a week, who has only played 112 minutes for the Serie A giants this season.
Coach Massimiliano Allegri doesn’t trust the 31-year-old former Arsenal midfielder as he has also struggled with injuries this season, which has led to strong rumors he could be ready for a return to English football.
Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey reportedly refused formal Burnley approach
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri (L) does not have the confidence of the 31-year-old former Arsenal star.
Corn Sky Sport Italia via Football Italia claim that while Burnley made a formal offer for Ramsey, he immediately rejected their offer.
The report claims the former Cardiff City star dismissed Sean Dyche’s men because he would like to join a more high profile club if he returned to the Premier League.
The news comes after weeks in which Ramsey has been linked with a return to Emirates Stadium as well as Newcastle.
Sportsmail understands Ramsey was among a host of players offered to the Magpies by money-hungry clubs last month, with boss Eddie Howe even being consulted on the 71-cap Welsh international.
But reports in Italy claim he has refused a formal approach to Sean Dyche’s Burnley
Ramsey was among a host of players offered to Newcastle by money-hungry clubs last month
However, Howe’s priorities were elsewhere as evidenced by their impending deal with Atletico Madrid right-back Kieran Trippier, while the former was also keen to disrupt the club’s salary structure.
Meanwhile, another report from Spain’s MARCA outlet last month claimed that a sensational comeback for Ramsey was among three deals for Juventus players that Arsenal will be targeting this month.
Dejan Kulusevski and Arthur Melo were also linked, with Gunners boss Mikel Arteta keen to strengthen his options due to Thomas Partey, Mohamed Elneny and Nicolas Pepe’s involvement in the Africa Cup of Nations in the coming weeks. .
Ramsey played 369 games in all competitions over a nine-year spell in North London, scoring 64 goals.
He won three FA Cups as an Arsenal player, scoring the winners of the 2014 and 2017 finals against Hull and Chelsea respectively.
Ramsey has also been linked with a return to the Gunners, where he won three FA Cups