Rangers come to decision on future of Juventus’ Aaron Ramsey

Rangers have reached a decision on the future of Juventus player Aaron Ramsey

The transfer team of Scottish giants Rangers have reached a decision on the future of loanee Aaron Ramsey after the summer, according to reports.

The news will undoubtedly be met with disappointment by those who had hoped the Welshman would stay with the club after the campaign ended.

According to trusted Italian journalist Giovanni Albanese (as cited by GIFN), it now appears highly “unlikely” that Ramsey will still wear the Rangers blue next season.

This comes with those in a position at Ibrox increasingly concerned about the midfielder’s inability to keep fit.

Despite impressing greatly when he’s been on the pitch lately, Ramsey was forced out of Sunday’s Jerez Scottish Cup match with Celtic with a new muscle problem, eliminating any chance left to extend Ibrox’s stay.

That is of course as long as Juventus have not made the decision to terminate the troubled loan man’s contract in the summer, in which case Rangers could take into account the free agent’s onslaught.

Celtic relegation

Although Ramsey himself wasn’t able to make much of an impact due to his recent fitness setback on Sunday, Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s troops, as a group, enjoyed the afternoon to remember.

This came when the Light Blues recovered from a goal down to put Celtic at the end with two goals to one.

Karl Starvelt’s own goal in extra time proved enough to steer Rangers beyond their Glasgow neighbors, setting up a Scottish Cup final with Hearts in just over a month.

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