Aaron Ramsey set for Juventus exit as Massimiliano Allegri defines ex-Arsenal star as ‘outgoing player’

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Aaron Ramsey has been told he has no future at Juventus after two-and-a-half years with the Italian club.

Joining as a free agent from Arsenal in 2019, the Welshman was rumoured to be on a £400,000 weekly wage but has hit just six goals for the Italian giants.

With 18 months left on his deal, reports have linked Ramsey with Newcastle, a return to Arsenal, and Burnley. It is said he rejected the recent approach to relocate to Turf Moor.

On Wednesday, Juve coach Massimiliano Allegri delivered a clear verdict on a player he has awarded fewer than 100 minutes to during the current Serie A season.

"Aaron Ramsey returned today after his leave to work in England, but he is an outgoing player," Allegri said.

One player who will not be leaving Turin, however, is Alvaro Morata. The Atletico Madrid loanee has been linked with a move to Barcelona in January but Allegri has no intention of letting him go.

"I told Alvaro that he is staying here, he is not leaving Juventus, end of story," the coach added.

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