Rangers not convinced by Juventus attacker Aaron Ramsey's Ibrox stint
Rangers are reportedly not convinced by Aaron Ramsey’s time on loan at the club after he moved from Juventus in January.
According to Italian media outlet Calciomercato, despite having the option to buy, they are unlikely to utilise it.
It is understood that they are ‘not convinced’ by his stint at the Ibrox, given his injury record.
Juventus are looking to find him a permanent destination this summer and have not ruled out terminating his contract which runs until the end of next season.
Stick or twist?
Ramsey’s move to Rangers has not worked out as many thought it would.
He arrived as a big name player with the expectation of taking the club to the next level.
However, his previous injury record made this move questionable, to say the least.
That said, he always played in more competitive leagues and this was a step down in comparison to it.
Despite shining in a few games, overall, he’s not really done much to merit a permanent contract at the club.
Giovanni van Bronckhorst and the hierarchy must take this into account when they’re deciding the team for next season.
If Ramsey can prove his injury woes are behind him, then sign him, but that seems highly unlikely.
This could very well be his last couple of months in Scotland before he flies elsewhere to play the final few years of his career.
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