Aaron Ramsey will miss Wales' World Cup qualifiers with injury

Aaron Ramsey will miss Wales’ World Cup 2022 qualifiers next month after picking up ANOTHER injury with Juventus… with no timeframe given for midfielder’s return from thigh problem

  • Aaron Ramsey suffered a thigh injury during Juventus’s 2021-22 Serie A opener
  • Wales face Belarus and Estonia in early September as they look to head to Qatar
  • Juventus are looking to offload the midfielder amid frustration over his injuries
  • Newcastle, Wolves and Tottenham are interested in signing Ramsey this summer 

Aaron Ramsey is set to miss Wales’ World Cup qualifiers in September after picking up an injury during the opening game of Juventus’s 2021-22 campaign.

The midfielder has been ruled out indefinitely after he suffered a thigh injury during Sunday’s Serie A opener. 

Ramsey started Juventus’s clash against Udinese, playing 59 minutes of the 2-2 draw before picking up the knock. 

Aaron Ramsey (right) is set to miss World Cup qualifiers with Wales in September due to injury

The Welshman will miss several weeks of action, including international duty, as Wales continue World Cup qualifying in early September, according to Goal.

Wales are set to face Finland in a friendly on September 1 before clashing with Belarus on September 5 and Estonia on September 8 in their quest to make it to Qatar next year.

In a statement on their website, Juventus said: ‘Due to a muscular problem reported at the end of the match played against Udinese, Aaron Ramsey underwent diagnostic tests at J|Medical this morning, which revealed a low-grade injury to the adductor major muscle of the right thigh. 

‘In 10 days he will undergo new exams in order to precisely define the recovery time.’ 

Ramsey’s absence comes as a blow to Wales after he played all four of their Euro 2020 games and bagged a goal before crashing out to Denmark in the last 16. 

The Welshman will miss several weeks of action after suffering a thigh muscle injury on Sunday

The injury also hinders Ramsey’s chances of leaving Turin before the transfer window closes next week.

The 30-year-old has been long been linked with a move away from Italy after a two-year spell in Turin beset by injury problems.

Despite being under contract until 2023, the Old Lady are becoming frustrated with the Wales star and are keen to offload him given his astronomical £400,000-a-week wages.

Ramsey has spent a total of 171 days to date sidelined with injury since his arrival at the Allianz Stadium, even joining the club with a hamstring injury. 

Ramsey’s absence comes as a blow to Wales after he performed well in their Euro 2020 run

The midfielder played all four of their Euro 2020 games and bagged a goal against Turkey

In two-plus seasons with the Bianconeri, Ramsey has made 66 appearances, scoring just six goals and providing six assists.

Newcastle were the latest club to be linked to the midfielder earlier this month after Steve Bruce’s side reportedly approached Juventus over a move for Ramsey.

Former Juve sporting director Fabio Paratici was also said to be interested in bringing the former Arsenal man to arch-rivals Tottenham. 

While Wolves are also said to be keen on bringing Ramsey to Molineux but the player doesn’t reciprocate the feelings. 

The former Arsenal man has been linked with a move back to the Premier League this summer

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