Cascarino claims 30-year-old who left Arsenal in 2019 would ‘jump at chance’ of PL return
Tony Cascarino has claimed after two years after leaving Arsenal, Aaron Ramsey would now ‘jump at the chance’ of returning to the Premier League, as he told talkSPORT.
In 2019, Ramsey opted to leave Arsenal and head to the sunnier climates of Turin and don the colours of the famous Italian giants, Juventus.
Whilst on paper it’s an opportunity too good to turn down for the Wales international, it just hasn’t worked out for the goalscoring midfielder.
For example, Ramsey has earned more minutes for Wales this season than he has in Serie A for the Italian champions.
It just further indicates that Ramsey needs to do everything in his power to leave the club and get his midfield engine going once again.
Former Republic of Ireland striker Cascarino thinks he can see Ramsey returning to the Premier League, as he praised the rare qualities the player has in his locker.
“Yes, (he should be looking to come back to the PL),” said Cascarino. “I like Aaron Ramsey.
“There are very few midfielders that can get goals and he can. If he’s playing in the right system that suits him, then Aaron can deliver regular.
“Look Juve have gone through some turmoil because financially the club has issues to deal with and they will probably be looking to offload him. That’s one of the reasons why Ronaldo left the football club.
“I think he would jump at the chance to come back to the Premier League. There will be a number of clubs that will be very interested in him because there aren’t many that can get goals from midfield as regularly as he can.”
Whilst Ramsey might not return to Arsenal, although that can never be ruled out, it seems as though Newcastle and Everton are vying for his signature.
That shouldn’t really come as a surprise because both teams need that goalscorer from the middle of the park and he provides it when he can stay away from the treatment room.
Just like his days at the Emirates, those constant injuries are still hurting Ramsey and preventing him from trying to make a name for himself in Italy.
And then when he is back on the field, he is warming the bench which, once again, helps no one’s cause.