Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey is an â€œoutgoing player” and could leave Juventus this month, the Turin giantsâ€™ coach Massimiliano Allegri said on Wednesday.
Former Arsenal star Ramsey has fallen out of favour at Juve, featuring for less than 100 minutes in Serie A this season.
The 31-year-old has been linked with a possible return to the Gunners and moves to Premier League sides Everton and Saudi-backed Newcastle.
UK media reports on Tuesday also said that Burnley had seen an approach turned down by Ramsey.
â€œAaron Ramsey returned today after his leave to work in England, but he is an outgoing player,” Allegri said ahead of Juventusâ€™ Serie A game against Napoli on Thursday.
Ramsey, who has made 71 international appearances for Wales, joined Juve from Arsenal on a free transfer in 2019.
He has scored six goals in 69 games for the club.
Allegri also dismissed reports that Spain striker Alvaro Morata could depart for struggling Barcelona.
â€œI told Alvaro that he is staying here, he is not leaving Juventus, end of story,” Allegri said.
Morata has netted seven times this season in all competitions.