In the midst of speculations about Arsenal's comeback, Aaron Ramsey breaks his silence with a five-word transfer announcement.
The Wales international moved to Juventus on a free transfer in the summer of 2019, but there is speculation that he might return to Arsenal.
Aaron Ramsey looks to have ruled out a summer reunion with Arsenal.
Last month, trade specialist Fabrizio Romano indicated that Juventus will put the midfielder on the market this summer, and that a return to the Emirates Stadium may be on the cards.
Aaron Ramsey would love to return to Arsenal. He is suffering at Juventus, he isn't playing, and he has a lot of ailments "The Arsenal Lounge was informed by Romano. "He'll be on the market 100 percent, he'll be available, and Arsenal knows they have a chance to get Ramsey.
"But there's nothing advanced or severe going on with Ramsey right now."
There has been no hint that Arsenal would be interested in re-signing Ramsey, whose projected transfer worth is €10 million (£8.6 million) according to the CIES Football Observatory.
However, after moving from north London to Turin almost two summers ago, the Wales international has revealed that things haven't gone quite as planned.
"Over the last couple of years, it has clearly been a very trying moment for me," Ramsey told Sky Sports. "I've had a couple minor ailments that have been disappointing, and I haven't been able to maintain any consistency.
"So, yes, it's been aggravating.
When you join a new club and want to hit the ground running and show everyone what you're capable of, it's always going to be difficult when you're dealing with minor ailments that set you back a couple of weeks.
"And toss in some Covid, which hasn't helped."
Ramsey was then questioned about his future plans, and he gave a five-word response.
"Yes, I'm a Juventus player," he clarified.
Ramsey has a contract with Juve until 2023, and he has two goals and five assists in 22 Serie A matches this season.
Under Andrea Pirlo, though, The Old Lady had a dismal season.
Juventus were able to save face by qualifying for the Champions League next season, but it wasn't enough to prevent Pirlo from being fired, with Max Allegri taking over for a second time.