Ramsey accidentally signs fan-made Juventus 'contract termination'

Aaron Ramsey accidentally signs fan-made ‘contract termination’ following trick from supporter after former Arsenal midfielder’s return to Juventus from Rangers loan spell

  • Aaron Ramsey mistakenly signed a fan-made ‘contract termination’
  • Ramsey is back at Juventus but fell for a cruel trick from one of the club’s fans 
  • The midfielder, who had a loan spell at Rangers, has one year left on his deal 

Aaron Ramsey accidentally signed a fan made ‘contract termination’ after returning to Juventus. 

The midfielder is back at Juventus for pre-season training following the conclusion of his loan spell at Rangers.

Ramsey took the time to sign autographs for fans but he was caught out by one supporter, who had devised his own ‘contract termination’ document. 

Aaron Ramsey mistakenly signed a fan-made ‘contract termination’ after his return to Juventus

Ramsey was caught out after a fan got him to sign a fake contract termination document

Ramsey still has a year remaining on his contract at Juventus but it appears unlikely that he will be part of the club’s plans this season.

The Welshman’s future at the club was already in doubt, but the imminent return of Paul Pogba is set to push him further down the pecking order.

After joining Rangers on loan in January, Ramsey made 13 appearances for the Scottish side, scoring twice.

Ramsey signed for Juventus on a free transfer in 2019 following the expiry of his contract at Arsenal.

Ramsey is unlikely to have a future at Juventus and has a year remaining on his contract

The 31-year-old has returned to Juventus following his loan spell at Rangers in the second half of last season

He has played 70 times for Juventus, and has scored six goals.

Ramsey was part of the Juventus squad which won the Serie A title in the 2019-20 campaign and the Coppa Italia in the following season. 

In addition to their expected move for Pogba, Juventus have also brought in Angel Di Maria on a free transfer. 

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