Juventus are reportedly considering selling Aaron Ramsey this summer just 12 months after signing the midfielder.
The ex-Arsenal ace Aaron Ramsey has been linked with a return to the Emirates and Manchester United.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side failed to strengthen their central midfield in the summer and winter transfer windows, leaving Ramsey a gaping hole to fill.
As for Arsenal, they are yet to fill the void the Welshman left after sealing his move to Serie A in 2019.
Former Chelsea striker Tony Cascarino believes Rambo is best suited to Manchester United if he returns to England.
The ex-striker, 57, wrote in The Times : “When a club buys a player on a free transfer they can afford to pay huge wages, safe in the knowledge that if it doesn’t work out the player can be sold early and the club should recoup the signing-on fee.
“And I think that’s what we will see with Aaron Ramsey.
“Ramsey played in Juventus’s defeat away to Verona on Saturday but it was fairly typical of his first season in Italy as he came on as a substitute and didn’t have an impact on the game.
“I can see the former Arsenal man back in the Premier League next season.
“Reports linking him to Manchester United make a lot of sense as he is the sort of player they need — a proven midfielder with goalscoring pedigree and plenty of Premier League experience.
“I could see him not costing too much, with Juventus possibly settling for £20 million as that would get them most of their outlay back.”