Aaron Ramsey wants at least €4m in severance pay from Juventus to leave them next summer.
The Welshman was sent on loan to Rangers FC in January but he didn’t have a positive spell there. Just like his time with Juve, Ramsey spent a lot of time on the treatment table rather than on the pitch.
The Scottish side have no plan to sign him permanently so Ramsey will return to Turin this summer. However, according to Calciomercato.com(via ilbianconero.com), the Welsh international won’t be staying at Juve.
Although he still has one year left in his contract, Ramsey understands that he can’t remain in Turin. Knowing that he is not part of Massimiliano Allegri’s plan, the ex-Arsenal plan won’t try to run his contract down.
Juve and the player are currently working to reach an agreement regarding severance pay. The Old Lady are only willing to pay €2m, while Ramsey is asking for €4m.
The player will try to look for a new club with Andrea Pirlo’s Karagumruk and Cardiff City as options. Pirlo reportedly wants Ramsey to join him but only if the Welshman is motivated.