‘Are you kidding us?’ – The Italian press slams Aaron Ramsey for his Juventus woes, despite the fact that the ex-Arsenal ace shines for Wales.
The Italian press has slammed JUVENTUS midfielder Aaron Ramsey after he picked up another injury after the international break.
After boss Massimiliano Allegri announced he is not fully fit, the 30-year-old is a major doubt for the match against Lazio.
Allegri said on Friday, “I have to evaluate him, he had a flexor problem yesterday, and we’ll see if he can be available tomorrow.”
“At Juventus, he’s had a few injury issues.
Last week, he returned to training and played for the national team.
“I’ll see who is available to travel to Rome today.”
Ramsey has only played three Serie A games this season due to a variety of niggles, with his most recent appearance coming on September 26.
After starring for Wales in their recent World Cup qualifiers, he gave Old Lady fans hope that he could be set to feature in the coming weeks.
He even scored twice in the Dragons’ 5-1 win over Belarus, securing a place in the tournament’s play-offs for next year.
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The news of his latest injury, however, has enraged Italian media, with Tuttosport publishing an article titled, “Are you kidding us?”
The news outlet claims that when it comes to playing for his club and country, the Arsenal legend has different priorities.
They claim that while Ramsey clenches his teeth and fights through pain for Wales, he lacks the same passion for Juve.
Juventus is reportedly working on terminating his contract, putting his future in Turin in doubt.
Theo Walcott, a former Arsenal teammate, has stated that Ramsey would ‘love’ to return to the Premier League in 2022.
“I’ll find out, give him a call and pester him (on whether he’ll return to the Premier League),” he said on talkSPORT earlier this week.
“You know what? It would be wonderful, fantastic if he returned to the Premier League.”
He seems to want to do it.
“A part of me thinks he’d love to return to Arsenal.
Yes, it does.
Something about that would make me want to check a box.”
“It’s one of those things,” Walcott continued, “he’s at Juventus and he played very well for Wales last night, so it’s good to see.”
“In Italy, a lot of people have been on his back, which I haven’t seen much of or enough of to comment on.
“However, he is a leader.”
He’s a hard worker.
He’s still playing for his country and has a lot of trophies.”
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