Aaron Ramsey saw a renewal offer binned by Arsenal and left the north London club as a free agent to join Juventus in 2019.
The midfielder has struggled with form and fitness since arriving in Italy and has been restricted to 24 league starts in the last two seasons.
According to Il BiancoNero, the 30-year-old is ‘open to a farewell’ in the summer and the Serie A side are ‘working to find a solution’ that pleases everyone.
His current deal with the Old Lady runs down in 2023 and it’s claimed the Welshman, who has made his priorities for the future clear, is ‘inclined’ to playing in the Premier League again.
Ramsey ‘still feels capable of making a difference’ in England, despite the ‘difficulties encountered in Turin.’
The player has an offer from Everton, but the report explains he would ‘immediately leave’ Juve only to return to Arsenal, who are managed by his former teammate, Mikel Arteta.
The website concludes their report by stating: ‘If they are roses, they will bloom under the London sun.’
This further makes it clear the player will only leave Juventus for Arsenal and it remains to be seen whether the Gunners will reciprocate by making an offer for Ramsey.