Juventus were keen on offloading Aaron Ramsey in the winter market and their efforts to permanently cut ties with him weren’t successful. However, the Old Lady did manage to send the midfielder to Rangers on a loan deal until the end of the season.

The 30-year-old was one of the players to arrive at Ibrox in Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s first transfer window with Rangers. The Wales international has been on the pitch for less than 100 minutes across four matches in all competitions for Rangers so far.

Ramsey has been on the sidelines with an injury and Van Bronckhorst has admitted there is no ‘clear timeline’ on when he will return to the pitch.

Calciomercato have labelled the former Arsenal man as a Rangers ‘flop’. They further add it is ‘not too surprising’, considering the number of injuries he suffered at the Serie A side over the years.

Ramsey joined Rangers on a loan deal and it is unlikely Van Bronckhorst’s side will sign him in the summer. Therefore, his return to Juventus is ‘practically done’.

The Welshman’s contract with the Turin club is until 2023 and he earns around €7m net per year. In order to get him off their books, Calciomercato state Juventus will have to terminate his contract and let Ramsey leave as a free agent in the next window.

That may not be so easy, with Ramsey not wanting to give up the money he’s due, and his time with Rangers so far not exactly encouraging other clubs to hand him a big contract.