New Juventus manager Andrea Pirlo is looking to shake things up at the club.
The legendary Italian midfielder was appointed to replace Maurizo Sarri on Saturday evening following the Bianconeri's Champions League exit.
In the aftermath of the news, transfer rumours about Juve have been rife and it will be interesting to see how Pirlo will mould the squad in his image.
After a sub-par 2019/20 season from Juve, it's obvious the club need to sell a number of players.
Blaise Matuidi is on the verge of joining Inter Miami and it seems the Frenchman is not the only midfielder who's been told he's free to leave the club this summer.
As reported by the Mirror, Aaron Ramsey has been informed by Pirlo that he is not part of his plans for next season and that he is free to find a new club.
The Welshman's debut season in Turin after signing on a free transfer last summer has been poor - to say the least.
In his 26 appearances in Serie A - of which only 13 were starts - the 29-year-old scored just three goals and contributed with one assist.
Not exactly a great return for a player pocketing £250,000-a-week and those enormous wages will likely limit the Welshman's options when searching for a new club this summer.
GIVEMESPORT'S Danny Ryan says...
As soon as the appointment of Pirlo was announced, you feared for Ramsey's future at Juventus.
The Welshman has proven in 2019/20 that his all-action style is not really tailored to Italian football and Pirlo was never going to consider him a key man moving forward.
Let's be honest, Ramsey needs to return to the Premier League. Whether that be with Arsenal or a different team, it doesn't matter, because English football is where he belongs.
He's simply too good to sit on the bench at Juve, which is exactly what he will be doing if he fails to find a new club.
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