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Juventus are plotting a swap deal to fully sign Arsenal this summer


Juventus interested in signing armory Right-back could include Hector Bellerin and Aaron Ramsey in a possible deal.

Bellerin has been linked with an Emirates exit this summer, and Juventus are hoping to take advantage of Arsenal’s lightness in the midfield department.

According to sport, former Arsenal player Ramsey could be involved in a swap deal in an attempt to sign Bellerin. It could be a tough deal to turn down, given Arsenal’s lack of quality personnel in the midfield department.

The Gunners will be without Martin Odegaard and Danny Ceballos next season as two return to Real Madrid after their loan contracts expire at the end of June.

Granit Xaka has also been linked with a move away from the club, with AS Roma keen on his services this summer.

Aaron Ramsey’s inconsistent spell at Juventus may not bode well for Arsenal

Although Aaron Ramsey is extremely talented, the Welshman hasn’t had the best spells at Juventus in his two-year stay so far.

After joining Juventus from Arsenal on a free transfer, Ramsey made only 11 starts in his first full Serie A season, ending the league campaign with only three goals.

Last season, he made 13 starts and nine substitute appearances, but scored just two goals in the process. The Welshman was an unused substitute in the last five games of the season and at age 30, he may not have had much years of top-flight football left.

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Juventus will have to come up with a player-plus cash offer for Bellerin, whose market value is much higher than Ramsey’s at the moment.

Arsenal need to bolster their squad this summer, and hope to sell off poorly performing players like Bellerin to raise funds to do so.

The Gunners will look to return next season after their worst campaign in more than two decades.

Arsenal failed to secure European football last season, and this could have some dire consequences in the transfer market.

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Edited by Sankalp Srivastava


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