The future of former Arsenal player, Aaron Ramsey at Juventus is bleak as he has been told to find a new club but that has not been easy to come by.
The Wales international left the North London outfit as a free player to join the Italian Serie A giants but life has not been the same for him as he has struggled to replicate the same performance at Turin.
Under Juventus former manager, Maurizio Sarri, Aaron Ramsey scored four goals in 35 appearances and that is unsatisfactory for the new manager Andrea Pirlo who is on a mission of a massive clear-out.
However, a major challenge for Aaron Ramsey is finding a club that will pay his £400,000 weekly wage as most clubs are battling with the financial effect of the coronavirus pandemic.
Aaron Ramsey was offered to Wolves but they rejected his services and now, Newcastle are willing o do a deal that will have him become the highest-paid player at the club.
Should Newcastle succeed to bring Aaron Ramsey to England, he will earn four times the salary of their current top-earner Jonjo Shelvey.
Meanwhile, Chelsea and Man United were earlier interested in Aaron Ramsey before his move to Juventus but they are being pushed back by the weekly wage that will be difficult to bear.