Former Arsenal goal scorer is said to land back to England with chances of being signed by Liverpool, after Liverpool club fearing the prospect of loosing Wijnaldum in the summer and prefer signing Aaron Ramsey.
Aaron Ramsey is set to land back to premier league, the player left on a free transfer at 2019 after failing to renew his contracts with the Gunners. The star has been struggling for Juventus in most matches despite injuries which makes Andrea Pirlo to rely on Arthur and Rodrigo.
However, Arsenal has also been linked with the return of Ramsey but seemingly Arteta indicates to be uninterested at all. Despite Juventus having signed the player for free they will be considering making some good amount from him.
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