The future of Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey is still the subject of speculation. He reportedly wants to return to Arsenal next season.
The Welsh midfielder left the Gunners at the end of the 2018/19 season. The player from Wales then anchored to Juventus.
Ramsey has played at Juventus for two seasons. Unfortunately, the past two years have not gone well for Ramsey.
Ramsey is struggling to find his place at Juventus. It is very possible that the Italian giants will take it off in the summer.
According to reports, Ramsey wants to return to Arsenal. Even so, the Gunners should think twice before accommodating the player.
Four reasons why Arsenal do not need to send Aaron Ramsey back.
Aaron Ramsey is currently 30 years old. Thus, Ramsey is clearly not an option for Arsenal in the long term.
Arsenal do need to rebuild their squad so they can compete with other teams. However, the Gunners also cannot just bring in players.
The Arsenal project must be a long-term project. Recruiting players who are 30 years old doesn't seem like a good idea.
Aaron Ramsey is a player of quality and experience. However, the Welsh midfielder was also unlucky with injuries.
Ramsey is one of the players who is prone to injury. The player also has injury problems while playing at Juventus.
Arsenal obviously can't sign a player with a bad enough injury history like Ramsey. Instead of helping The Gunners, the player would later spend more time in the treatment room.
Aaron Ramsey is one of the players with the highest salaries at Juventus. The Welshman is paid £ 400,000 a week.
Despite being willing to lower his salary, Arsenal still have to spend a lot of money on Ramsey. This will clearly be very burdensome for the Gunners.
It would be even better if Arsenal spent the money on quality young players who could help Mikel Arteta build a strong foundation for the club.
Lots of midfielders
Arsenal currently have many midfielders in their squad. The presence of Aaron Ramsey will only add to the tightness of the Gunners' midfield.
Arsenal currently have Thomas Partey, Granit Xhaka, Mohamed Elneny and Emile Smith Rowe in midfield.
In addition, the Gunners also still have Lucas Torreira, Joe Willock and Matteo Guendouzi who are currently on loan at other clubs.
With so many midfielders, midfield should not be a priority for Arsenal in the transfer market next summer. The Gunners are better off strengthening other areas.
Source: various sources