Following Newcastle United Saudi-led takaover that was completed on Thursday, the club have already been linked with several household names from around the globe. Newcastle United are reportedly looking at Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey as their first big-name signing at the club following their £305million takeover. The Newcastle owner have already showed great interest and desire to win the Premier League title by bringing some new star signings from the club.
Aaron Ramsey who is a Juventus professional player as show his interest and is considering a return to Premier League, and Newcastle is the potential option. Juventus sporting director Federico Cherubini said that, "We want to get rid Ramsey’s hefty £400,000-a-week wages off the books." Former Aston Villa captain said that he thinks Newcastle United should sign Aaron Ramsey while also mentioning former Barcelona star, Phillipe Coutinho as a potential option. "He’s still a good player and it isn’t working for him at Juventus at the moment." Gabriel Agbonlahor said.
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