LIVERPOOL are interested in signing Juventus star Aaron Ramsey for just £10million this summer, according to reports.
The Welshman has been in and out of the team since joining the Italian giants from Arsenal back in 2019.
But he is currently out of favour under Andrea Pirlo, having failed to feature in their last five games.
According to Tutto Juve, Ramsey is 'on Jurgen Klopp's radar', and could be available for a cut price.
Juve are claimed to initially want around £17m for the man they signed on a free transfer from the Gunners.
But they could accept an offer as low as £10m, as they desperately seek to cut their enormous wage bill.
Ramsey, 30, is believed to earn around £120,000-a-week – despite not being a key player in Turin.
The Wales star has two years remaining on his deal, with Juve eager to cut that short.
He did get his hands on the Coppa Italia trophy last night, however.
But he didn't feature in either the semis or the final, instead watching on from the bench as his team-mates beat Atalanta.
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Ramsey did manage to get involved in the dressing room celebrations though, as he toasted winning his third trophy in two seasons with the Old Lady.
He has made 65 appearances in that time, scoring only six goals and grabbing a further six assists.
Liverpool, meanwhile, could do with bolstering their midfield, with Georginio Wijnaldum appearing almost certain to leave on a free transfer, as Barcelona circle.
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