Tottenham defender Ben Davies has already hailed Aaron Ramsey as world class amid fresh transfer links with Spurs this summer.
The former Arsenal man appears set to leave Juventus during the current transfer window just two years after joining the Italian giants on a free transfer from the Gunners.
Having made just 33 starts in all competitions since, Juventus – whose former transfer chief Fabio Paratici is now with Spurs – are now reportedly keen to sell and have slapped a modest €10million (£8.5m) price tag on the midfielder in the current window.
Despite reportedly having not yet received any offers for 30-year-old, Nuno Espirito Santo’s Spurs are talked up as potential admirers, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, and could grant Ramsey a return to north London.
Should a move ever come to fruition, one man who will certainly be a big fan is Spurs defender Davies, who has regularly shared the international stage with the midfielder as part of the Wales national side.
Speaking in October 2020 ahead of Ramsey’s return from injury, the Tottenham man said: “Aaron is a world-class player.
“Having him in any team would boost you. He gets on the ball, he’s very creative and always looks forward and to get a team up the pitch.”
Whilst Ramsey has been linked with Spurs, Arsenal have previously been reported as wanting to bring him back to the Emirates Stadium.
However, that potential move has already been refuted by his agent David Baldwin.
Responding to a tweet regarding a switch back to Arsenal for the midfielder, he said: “I’m sorry but can you stop making things up please. There is not a shred of truth in your tweet.”
Meanwhile, football.london understands that a return to the Emirates Stadium is highly unlikely at this stage.
Should Ramsey move to Spurs instead, supporters will surely be relieved having seen the midfielder have a hand in four goals in his last six Premier League appearances for the Gunners in the North London Derby.
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Source by Football London