Aaron Ramsey set for Rangers exit as Ibrox club decide not to pursue deal to keep Juventus loan star

05 Th5 2022 | 08:01 | Football

Rangers will not consider loaning Aaron Ramsey from Juventus a permanent move.

That’s according to a report from Italy that says club Ibrox have made the decision not to pursue the possibility of a long-term contract with the Wales international, with Juve predicting his return at the end of the season.

The 31-year-old made his blockbuster move to Glasgow on January transfer deadline day, but it was a mixed spell that has been hampered by numerous injuries.

Italian store Gazzetto dello Sport now declare that Rangers have decided not to try and bring the former Arsenal superstar back next season, with Juventus now looking for another club for Ramsey.

The midfielder has been frozen in Turin, where he has also suffered terrible fortunes with injuries.

When he arrived at Rangers, he had not played since playing for Wales against Belarus in November, almost three months before he Scotland team debuted before Hearts.

He has made 10 appearances for the Light Blues, scoring twice and will hopefully be fit enough to face RB Leipzig at Ibrox in the big game. Europa League semi-final return.

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