The Juventus of new manager Andrea Pirlo says midfielder Aaron Ramsey is ‘not wanted’ at the club and will be allowed to depart with four other players.
Following the Bianconeri ‘s recent disappointing departure to Lyon in the last 16 stages of the Champions League, the club agreed to part with Maurizio Sarri, considering his efforts in the league.
It was available for the brief period, the likes of Mauricio Pochettino and Zinedine Zidane were linked to the job, but the Turin-based outfit opted to put their trust in club legend Pirlo.
The Mirror now says that while Pirlo hasn’t been in charge for a long time, he is already attempting to make improvements as he tries to build a team that will contend for the Champions League for the next term.
Pirlo is keen to unload several players as part of the rebuilding phase this summer-with Ramsey among those who are free to go.
Since he’s already allowed Blaise Matuidi to leave, the Italian doesn’t want the midfielder to hold; the Frenchman is on the verge of signing for Inter Miami. Of course, Ramsey only joined Juventus last summer on a free transfer, but he struggled to hold a consistent starting spot down.
The 29-year-old started only 14 games in all the contests during the 2019/20 campaign.