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“Perfect fit” – Man United backed to sign Welsh superstar by former international boss



Chris Coleman backs Manchester United to sign Aaron Ramsey

According to the Mirror, former Wales boss Chris Coleman has backed Aaron Ramsey to leave Juventus for Manchester United.

The 29-year-old’s future in Turin has been called into question just a year after joining the club for free. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been alerted to Maurizio Sarri’s decision to let the player leave.

Coleman who took Wales to the semi-finals of Euro 2016, would be well aware of the player’s abilities. He believes that the midfielder will help turn United into title challengers.

“If it’s not going to happen for him at Juventus he’s definitely the type of player who can handle playing for Manchester United.”

Aaron Ramsey has been called the perfect fit for Manchester United by Chris Coleman
Aaron Ramsey will add vast experience to the United midfield

One of the best players at Arsenal, Ramsey has failed to don the same significance at Juventus. The Welshman has made 24 appearances this season, 12 of which have come from the bench. (h/t Transfermarkt)

Interestingly, he has played the whole 90 minutes in just one game – the 2-0 win over Inter Milan in March. Ramsey was at his best that night as he scored one and assisted another in a 2-0 victory.

Coleman believes Ramsey is good enough to get into the Juventus starting line-up. Although he can understand why the player chose to go to Italy, he believes Ramsey must take a call if he continues to play less than a prominent role.

Sir Alex Ferguson was interested in Ramsey in 2008
Sir Alex Ferguson was keen on Ramsey in 2008

United will do well to add the Welsh international to their ranks. As the Solskjer rebuild gathers momentum, the presence of the classy midfielder will add impetus to our progress.

With more than a decade’s experience in the Premier League, his knowledge of English football will be an added boost.

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A boyhood United fan, Ramsey chose to move to Arsenal over us in 2008. 12 years on, he might finally get to call Old Trafford home.