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Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey tests positive for COVID-19

Welshman tested positive for COVID-19 as announced by the Serie A club on Monday. He won’t be seen playing for a few games.

The Old Lady’s midfielder Aaron Ramsey has tested positive for COVID-19 and has gone into self-isolation, the Serie A club announced on Monday.

Rambo has been linked with a move back to England’s Premier League clubs like Arsenal, Crystal Palace, Burnley, and the relegation battling Newcastle United.

Ramsey joined Juve following a move from Arsenal after 10 years at the north London club.
Injuries have been a big part of Ramsey’s spell at Juventus,
because of which he hasn’t appeared in the starting 11 since the start of the season.
He has made 65 appearances for the Old Lady across his first two seasons at the club.

This season under Allegri, who made a return to Turin to succeed Pirlo.
The Welshmen has only appeared for 5 times, making his last start in September, and also failed to start in back to back games since March

Massimiliano said  Aaron Ramsey would be the only player to leave the club in the January transfer window

Gunners are reportedly in the hunt to sign Rambo and bring Welshman back to North London. In the chasing pack are Burnley, Newcastle United Crystal Palace and Toffees are also keen to bring him in their club.

Juventus are down in fifth place in the Serie A table, trailing the table-toppers Inter Milan by 11 points having played one game more.