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Arsenal in prime position to re-sign Aaron Ramsey as perfect opportunity arises


Aaron Ramsey would ‘love’ to return to Arsenal this summer if the opportunity presented itself, according to a report.

The midfielder left the Emirates in the summer of 2019 after eleven years at the club as he joined Juventus as a free agent.

But after just two seasons in Serie A, it is claimed the Wales international is ‘on the market’ after a dip in form with the Italians this season.

And not only that, rumours, as compiled by the Arsenal lounge, claim Ramsey would love a reunion with the Gunners.

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Ramsey, who struggled with injuries on occasions at Arsenal, has suffered fitness issues this term and has struggled to find regular playing time.

Aaron Ramsey would reportedly be open to a return to the Emirates
Aaron Ramsey would reportedly be open to a return to the Emirates

He has only been able to make 31 appearances, including two goals, as the Turin side failed to retain their Serie A title and are in danger of missing out on the Champions League next season.

Ramsey paid an emotional farewell to Arsenal two seasons ago and his creativity has been sorely missed in midfield.

And with Martin Odegaard set to return to parent club Real Madrid at the end of the season, Ramsey could be the ideal replacement.

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Th 30-year-old played 262 times for the Gunners and added 40 goals from the middle of the park.





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