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Former Arsenal Star Dumps Juventus for Scottish Champions Rangers on Deadline Day
- Rangers have agreed a loan deal to sign Aaron Ramsey from Juventus on loan till the end of the season after the Wales international turned down a move to the Premier League
- Ramsey is currently on a £400,000-per-week contract at Juventus but has not featured in a game for the Old Lady in 2022
- The former Arsenal midfielder has been plagued by injuries and loss of form since leaving England for Juventus
Aaron Ramsey has agreed to join Scottish champions Rangers on loan from Juventus until the end of the current season.
The Welsh midfielder has not featured for the Turin based club since the start of the year after being frozen out of action by Juventus coach Maximilliano Allegri.
According to a report via the Daily Mail, Aaron Ramsey turned down an opportunity to return to the English Premier League with Burnley after the Clarets had indicated interest in signing the midfielder.
The 31-year old has been told by Juventus manager Max Allegri to look for other options asides the Old Lady as he is not in his plans moving forward.
The former Italian champions had revealed Ramsey will not be named in their final squad for the next round of the UEFA Champions League.
Juventus signs Switzerland’s Zakaria
Meanwhile, Switzerland midfielder Denis Zakaria joined Juventus from Borussia Moenchengladbach on a permanent deal, the German club announced on transfer deadline day.
According to Sports Star, the deal is worth five million euros, plus an additional three million euros in bonuses.
Zakaria’s contract with Borussia Moenchenglabach was due to expire at the end of the season and the Swiss international had revealed he had no plans of extending his current deal.
The former Young Boys player becomes Juventus third major signing this January following the transfer of Dusan Vlahovic from Fiorentina before adding Frosinone defender Federico Gatti earlier on Monday.
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Christian Eriksen Joins English Premier League Club
Earlier Sports Brief reported Denmark captain Christian Eriksen has joined Premier League club Brentford barely seven months after he suffered cardiac arrest.
The English club made the announcement on Monday that the 29-year-old will be making a return to football since he last featured at Euro 2020 while playing for Denmark.