Darren Bent thinks the potential transfer of Aaron Ramsey to Manchester United is fraught with danger.
Ramsey moved from Arsenal to Juventus on a free last year but has failed to cement his place in Mauricio Sarri’s first-team.
The Welsh midfielder has made just six Serie A starts this season, prompting claims he may be better off elsewhere.
Italian outlet Tuttosport report that Ramsey could be used as a ‘cash cow’ and moved on in the next transfer window after failing to impress in Turin.
However, these reports seem very premature and Ramsey, 29, is adjusting to life in Italy. Unfortunately, he has continued to struggle with muscular problems which have halted him from getting a regular run in the side.
Tony Cascarino suggested this week that Ramsey could be a perfect fit for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United.
However, former Tottenham striker Bent has pointed to Ramsey’s fitness as a key concern if a transfer was made possible, but does not doubt the Welshman’s quality.
We share the same worries over Ramsey as injuries have blighted his career, but if he can remain fit he would certainly be a player the club should be interested in.
👀 “Only 12 appearances for Juventus this season, one goal!”
💷 “Is it worth big wages, if you can’t get him on the pitch consistently.”
— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) February 10, 2020