Aaron Ramsey moving to Manchester United would make perfect sense according to former Chelsea striker turned pundit Tony Cascarino.
The former Arsenal midfielder — currently playing for Juventus — has longstanding links with moves to Old Trafford and back in 2008 it was announced on the club’s website they had agreed a deal for the then 17-year-old who was at Cardiff before making the move to London.
And Cascarino, writing his column for The Times, thinks Ramsey could make a Premier League return next season: “Ramsey would be the perfect fit for United.
“Ramsey played in Juventus’ defeat away to Verona on Saturday but it was fairly typical of his first season in Italy as he came on as a substitute and didn’t have an impact on the game.
“I can see the former Arsenal man back in the Premier League next season. Reports linking him to Manchester United make a lot of sense and he is the sort of player they need — a proven midfielder with goalscoring pedigree and plenty for Premier League experience.
“I could see him not costing too much, with Juventus possibly settling for £20 million as that would get them most of their outlay back.”
— JuventusFC (@juventusfcen) January 30, 2020
The 29-year-old has only featured in 12 league games this season and may be looking for more regular playing time at this stage of his career. With the addition of Bruno Fernandes in January, United have made improvements in midfield but there’s still a lot of work to do, and Ramsey would be a welcome signing.
It would definitely annoy Arsenal fans too, who made a big mistake not keeping a brilliant player who made it very clear he wanted to stay.
Ramsey to United: Yay or nay?