Aaron Ramsey in Juventus row as ex-Arsenal midfielder sends Max Allegri honest message



Aaron Ramsey has hit out at Juventus’ management as he feels his injury situation hasn’t been handled properly by the club.

The 30-year-old is preparing to captain Wales tonight in their World Cup qualifier against the Czech Republic.

Although Ramsey is ready to deliver for his nation again, he is again struggling for playing time at his club side, where he has made just one start and three sub appearances since the start of the Serie A.

The midfielder, who has struggled with muscle fatigue, was made to train alone last week, and has now voiced his concerns over how things are going in Turin.

“The way things have gone is not helping me personally,” he said, as per the Mirror.

“I know what I can do and with the right management I can stay fit for a long period of time and play a lot of games.

“I still feel good given the opportunity and managed correctly.

“It has been frustrating that I have picked up these little injuries which have cost me a lot of games.

“I would like to see myself playing more and be out there more.

“The amount of minutes I have played, it has been difficult.”

Ramsey continued by insisting that he’s focused on performing for Wales and that he will deal with his Juve issues when he returns to Italy.

“It has been a bit of a frustrating time.

“But I am looking forward to this week and we will deal with everything else afterwards.”

Even though he is on an incredibly lucrative contract worth a reported £400,000-a-week, the former Arsenal star is clearly unhappy with his current predicament, and if things persist, he may find himself wanting a transfer sooner rather than later.





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