Aaron Ramsey speaks out on Newcastle United transfer rumours
Last week, many Newcastle fans’ dreams were made reality when Mike Ashley’s 14 year reign in charge of the Tyneside club came to an end, and the Saudi Public Investment Fund took the reigns, backed with a hefty budget.
🤝 An investment group led by the Public Investment Fund, and also comprising PCP Capital Partners and RB Sports & Media, has completed the acquisition of 100% of Newcastle United Limited and Newcastle United Football Club Limited from St. James Holdings Limited.
— Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) October 7, 2021
Now backed by the richest owners in World football, but sitting in the relegation zone without a win, the Magpies are sure to be spending money in January in order to avoid a somewhat humiliating relegation to England’s second tier.
One of those who many fans would like to see come back to the English top-flight in January is Wales and former Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey, who would link up with fellow former Arsenal man Joe Willock.
Newcastle fans want to see the club make Juventus outcast Aaron Ramsey their first big money signing #nufctakover #nufc pic.twitter.com/BszuXd2Zdt
— The Sun Football ⚽ (@TheSunFootball) October 8, 2021
Ramsey speaks out on his future
Now on international duty with Wales, Aaron Ramsey has spoken out on his future, and it sounds as though he doesn’t plan on going anywhere any time soon.
The former Arsenal man said:
“I’m contracted to Juventus, and I’ve still got a year and a half left so hopefully I can still show exactly what I can do there. Like I said, I’m just concentrating on Monday’s game and trying to win that [with Wales] and put ourselves in a good position to try and qualify for the World Cup.”
🗣”I’m contracted to Juventus and hopefully I can still show exactly what I can do.”
Aaron Ramsey confirms he still has over a year left at Juventus and continues to concentrate on his game pic.twitter.com/RNgKT6rwOg
— Football Daily (@footballdaily) October 11, 2021
For those wanting to see Ramsey in the northeast of England, they may be left disappointed.