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Wolves hoping to make Aaron Ramsey their last-minute signing

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Wolves have not had much action in the transfer window but they are looking to sign Aaron Ramsey. According to CalcioMercato, Wolverhampton Wanderers can convince the Welshman to join with Jorge Mendes leading the way. Aaron has turned down a move to Wolves , Crystal Palace and Burnley in the past as well. However the report states that Jorge Mendes has made progress and can insinuate Aaron to join Wolves.

Ramsey is having a tough time with Juventus because of lack of playing time. There are also rumours that The Bianconeri are looking to offload him because of his high wages.

Aaron’s current contract with Juventus will end in 2023.

Why would Aaron Ramsey to Wolves be a risky signing?

Aaron Ramsey has cemented his name in football playing at a great level for Arsenal. However, despite his talent and experience, not many top clubs are interested in him.

This is because of two major reasons. One is Ramsey’s bad injury record. Aaron has struggled with injuries and has been ineffective under every Juventus manager. He has only garnered 49 Serie A appearances over three seasons now. The Welshman has missed 34 games because of injuries as well.

Aaron Ramsey has been injured 13 times since arriving at Juventus.

The second reason is despite barely playing, Juventus still pays Ramsey his wages of £325,000 per week. This is a very high demand for an injury-ridden player. Wolves cannot pay such a high amount of wages for Ramsey unless the player is up to negotiation.

Can Aaron be a good signing for Wolves ?

Considering that Wolves succeed in signing Ramsey from Juventus, it will be a difficult start for the Welshman. The Premier League is a very physical and tough league.

Despite all worries, Aaron fits perfectly into Bruno Lage’s plans. Wolves are solid defensively but need  some attacking threat to become better. Ramsey can bring in some attacking influence from the midfield position as he has done before in the Premier League.

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