The Daily Mail reports that former Arsenal midfielder, Aaron Ramsey, is among six senior players up for sale at Juventus this summer transfer window.
Juventus will do their best to find a new club for Ramsey at the end of the season because the Walesman has been hampered by injuries this campaign and has started just twelve of the club’s twenty-seven Serie A games so far.
Ramsey’s current contract with Juventus will expire in 2023, which could see him hard to move on as no other club is likely to give him anything like the wages the Bianconeri are paying him.
The other players up for sale are Paulo Dybala, Sandro, Adrien Rabiot, Rodrigo Bentancur and Juan Cuadrado.
Dybala will have one year left on his current contract after this season. Juventus wants to cash in on the Argentine international while they can, particularly after a poor campaign so far from him.
Sandro has been an essential player for the Serie A champions since joining the Turin club from FC Porto in 2015, but at 30-years-old they are now looking for a younger player at left-back.
Juventus are keen to back their manager, Andrea Pirlo, to rebuild the squad after a fairly disastrous first season in charge of the Old Lady.
Pirlo’s men crashed out from the Champions League at the round of 16 stages in a massive upset against Porto.
They are currently ten points behind Serie A leaders Inter Milan on the log.