Juventus and Aaron Ramsey are reportedly happy to part ways this summer, but the Wales midfielder’s high salary makes it a difficult operation.
Tuttosport reports Juventus want to get rid of Aaron Ramsey’s wage and that the player is willing to move.
The Wales international said he feels better when he’s with the national team and claimed he ‘has the right people around me to get back to a place where I can feel good again, and have confidence’.
Ramsey’s comments infuriated the Bianconeri fans, as he revealed the two years in Italy had been ‘frustrating, not just because of injuries’.
Tuttosport reports Arsenal are interested in bringing the Welsh midfielder back to the Emirates Stadium, but that West Ham and Crystal Palace are also ready to fight for his signature.
But even if Juventus let Ramsey leave on a free transfer, the players €7m-a-year salary could provide an obstacle for the former Gunner.
And if Ramsey decides to reduce his salary elsewhere, the report believes Juventus would have to cover at least part of that reduction.