Aaron Ramsey is keen to stay at Juventus this summer despite reports linking the midfielder with a return to the Premier League.
Ramsey has been linked with a return to English football after impressing for Wales at Euro 2020 this summer, with reports in Italy having speculated that the 31-year-old was attempting to negotiate the termination of his contract in Turin.
Ramsey signed for Juventus on a free transfer from Arsenal in 2019 and won the Serie A title during his debut season with the Bianconeri, though struggled for regular opportunities during a frustrating campaign last season.
However, Sky Sports are reporting that Ramsey has no intention of leaving Juventus and is keen to feature under Max Allegri, who has returned to the Allianz Stadium for a second spell following the sacking of Andrea Pirlo.
Allegri’s first spell in charge saw him win five consecutive league titles and twice reach the Champions League final, whilst it was the Italian who agreed the initial pre-contract deal to sign Ramsey before deciding to walk away from the club.
Ramsey is now hopeful of winning favour with Allegri and featuring regularly in the number eight position, having featured in a variety of roles under predecessors Maurizio Sarri and Pirlo.
Liverpool, West Ham and Everton have all been linked with a move for the midfielder in recent months, with Ramsey having made just 13 league starts during the 2020/21 campaign, scoring twice and providing four assists.