Pundit says Juventus’ Aaron Ramsey would start for West Ham
Dean Windass thinks that Aaron Ramsey would walk into West Ham’s team.
The Welsh midfielder, who has 40 Premier League goals to his name, is currently playing his football with Juventus in Italy but has struggled to make an impact since leaving Arsenal two years ago.
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Ramsey has managed just six goals and as many assists in 65 appearances for the Old Lady and is being strongly linked with a stunning return to the Premier League this summer.
However, whilst the 30-year-old could be back in London after the European Championships, a move to east rather than north of the capital might be on the cards.
That’s because reports believe that the former Gunners midfielder’s agent has received offers from both Everton and West Ham as he looks to get his career back on track following his tricky two-year spell in Italy.
But Ramsey is currently giving a timely reminder of his capabilities having scored Wales’ opener in their key victory over Turkey in the Euro’s which helped them secure second place.
Windass said his goals make him a rare breed in modern day football. Asked whether he walk into the current West Ham team, he exclusively told Football FanCast:
“Yeah. If he has a good Euros because he’s on trial now. He will know he’s on trial, and Premier League teams will be watching him.
“Has he gone to Italy because it’s easy and a slow pace? I would sign Aaron Ramsey because you don’t get many midfield players that get you goals, and he gives you that.”