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Juventus Are Rumoured To Be Interested In Selling Aaron Ramsey

According to reports in the press, Juventus are eager to unload Aaron Ramsey, with Tottenham hotspur expected to make a offer for the former Arsenal midfielder.
According to the Daily Mail, the Italian giants are keen to relieve their terrible financial situation by selling the 30-year-old Wales international, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
Ramsey is thought to be an great option for Tottenham’s managing director of football, Fabio Paratici, to help bolster the team’s midfield ranks and options available to incoming manager Nuno Espirito Santo.
According to the Daily Express, Chelsea’s interest in Romelu Lukaku will not be enough to entice him away from Inter Milan.
The Blues were considering a summer move for the 28-year-old, but Lukaku is said to be content at the San Siro as his side tries to win another Serie A title.
According to The Telegraph, Newcastle is attempting to buy Manchester United defender Axel Tuanzebe.
Raphael Varane’s impending arrival at Old Trafford looks destined to force the 23-year-old out, with the Magpies keen and well-placed to rush in.
Spurs are also reportedly stepping up their chase of Atalanta defender Cristian Romero, who is currently on loan from Juventus.
Any trade for the 23-year-old Argentina international is estimated to cost over PS40 million, with Romero being one of Tottenham’s top transfer targets.
Arsenal are reportedly considering a PS1 million transfer for Pacos de Ferreira winger Matchoi Djalo, according to the Sun. The 18-year-old is regarded as a long-term possibility for the Gunners.
Players to keep an eye on on social media Cristiano Ronaldo has been told by Juventus that he will be staying at the club this season, according to Sky Sports.
Aston Villa have joined the long queue for Bayer Leverkusen winger Leon Bailey, with 90min adding that Leicester, Everton, Wolves, and Southampton are also interested.

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