Chris Coleman believes Aaron Ramsey would fit at Manchester United

Former Wales manager Chris Coleman believes Aaron Ramsey would have the appetite, should he leave Juventus for Manchester United during the summer transfer window. The midfielder parted ways with Arsenal after 11 seasons to join Juventus on a free transfer last summer and he has since managed four goals and one assist from 24 outings.

Speaking to, Coleman said that Ramsey should continue his career with the Bianconeri in the Serie A, considering Maurizio Sarri remains a fond admirer of his talents. He added that Ramsey should otherwise take the option of returning to the Premier League with United, who has been linked with him on numerous occasions this term.

He told: "My advice to him is, obviously, I don’t know what’s going on at Juventus, if he’s got a chance at Juventus and Sarri likes him but he just may be out of form, maybe it’s taken him a while to get used to a different culture because it’s not easy. But if it’s not going to happen for him, he’s definitely the type of player that could handle playing for Manchester United. When you’re playing for a big club you’ve got to be able to handle that week in, week out. And he’s certainly got the appetite for that."

Ramsey has had minor injury concerns during his time in Turin but that has somewhat hampered his prospects of commanding a regular starting role. Still, he showed a good run of form before the season was suspended because of the coronavirus and Sarri personally backed him to excel once he puts the injury troubles behind him.
That is far easier said than done, considering he has had a history of calf and hamstring injuries ever since the double-leg break suffered against Stoke City more than 10 years ago. The Wales international has more than three years remaining on his current Juventus contract.