According to Calciomercato, Juventus are seeking a £23 million fee to net a profit on midfielder Aaron Ramsey with West Ham United and Crystal Palace keen.

The Wales international only joined Juventus from Arsenal last summer.

After winding his contract down with the Gunners, Ramsey cashed in at Juventus with the Serie A title winners willing to pay him a whopping £400,000 per week.

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On the field, however, Ramsey has struggled to make an impact in Turin.

The former Gunners man made just 11 league appearances, while on the European scene, Juve were dumped out of the Champions League early by Lyon.

New Juve manager Andrea Pirlo is seemingly keen to downsize his squad.

And Ramsey has been tipped to make a swift return to the Premier League as both West Ham and Palace are eyeing a potential deal for him.

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Calciomercato claim Juve need to sell for around £23 million to make a profit.

West Ham may see a new midfielder as a key area to strengthen.

The Hammers have Mark Noble who at 33 is winding down, while Jack Wilshere’s fitness problems and Declan Rice’s bourgeoning reputation leaves them vulnerable.

Ramsey could be a good fit, providing his wages are achievable.

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Palace, meanwhile, must add more creativity to the side. The Eagles were the second lowest goal scorers last season – a stat they will want to avoid this time around.

Ramsey would be a huge signing for Palace, but it‘s likely one which is beyond them.

West Ham’s record transfers

  1. Sebastien Haller

    £45 million

  2. Felipe Anderson

    £41.5 million

  3. Marko Arnautovic

    £25 million

  4. Pablo Fornals

    £24 million

  5. Issa Diop

    £22 million

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