Serie A giants Juventus are looking to offload Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey just a year after signing him from Arsenal.
Reports from Tuttosport claim Juventus don’t see Ramsey as an important player in their side because of the number of players that can play in his role.
The 29-year-old midfielder has made 19 competitive appearances for Bianconeri this season, scoring two goals but his progress has been hampered with a recurring muscular injury.
Ramsey was snapped for free by Juventus but reports indicate that the club had to pay €3.6m in commission to his agents.
Just as they did with Emre Can who was sold to Borussia Dortmund in January, Tuttosport indicates that Ramsey might be sold as Juventus seeks to collect enough money for their next summer transfer budget.
Ramsey was one of the most consistent players during his time at Arsenal. He featured for Arsenal in 371 and scored 65 goals and assisted the same amount.
The player has been linked with a move to Liverpool FC with a series of clubs in England said to be interested in his services should Juventus let go of him.