Former Arsenal player Ray Parlour believes Aaron Ramsey could return from Juventus in the future to finish his career at the Emirates.
The Wales international left for Turin in July 2019 after seeing out his contract with Arsenal.
He signed a four year deal with the Italian giants and has gone on to feature 34 times in Serie A.
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But Parlour believes his time in an Arsenal shirt might not be quite over. Speaking on talkSPORT, he said: “I’m not too sure. He’s doing well at Juventus at the moment and enjoying his football.
“He’s been a top professional his whole career, the way he conducted himself when he left Arsenal.
“He probably wanted to stay but at that moment in time they didn’t want to give him the wages he wanted.
“He was a brilliant player and I’m sure one day he will come back. He’ll probably finish his career in England.”
Parlour also suggested he could finish his career with Cardiff, depending on whether an Arsenal return works out.
Ramsey joined the North London outfit from Cardiff in 2008 and went on to win three FA Cups during an 11 year spell.
He left for Juve following disagreements over a contract extension, and was visibly emotional over the transfer.
After his last match against Brighton, the midfielder said it had been ‘one hell of a journey’ with Arsenal.
He has since been linked with a Premier League return, as a makeweight in Juve’s pursuit of Paul Pogba.
Ramsey played 74 minutes in the recent victory over league leaders Serie A. He is seemingly enjoying his time in Italy after a tough start.
He’s made 15 appearances in all competitions this campaign and is an important squad player for boss Andrea Pirlo.
Once his time in Italy is over, Ramsey could make a return to the Emirates to finish off his successful career.