Aaron Ramsey still holds hope of Juventus future after Wales' Euro 2020 exit

Aaron Ramsey is still hopeful that he can make a career at Juventus. He isn't trying to arrange a move from Turin.According to reports in Italy, the ex-Arsenal player is trying to negotiate his contract termination. However, a Sky Sports News source said that this is not true.Ramsey was actually encouraged by Max Allegri's return - the manager who wanted Ramsey to sign for Juve in 2019 in the first place and make him the club's number 8.Ramsey signed a precontract agreement in February of that year. His Arsenal contract was due to expire that summer. Allegri, however, left the club before he could play one game for the Italian.Ramsey had to play at number eight regularly in order to sign for Juve. However, Allegri's successors, Maurizio Sarr and Andrea Pirlo, have played him in a variety positions.Image: After scoring against Porto, Federico Chiesa of Juventus celebrates with Aaron RamseyRamsey will report to pre-season training fully, with the intention of making a claim for his place in the team.Ramsey still has two years on his contract, despite interest from Premier League clubs in attracting Juve.Last season, he made 22 Serie A appearances, scoring twice, and setting up seven more in the Champions League. This brings his total to 65 appearances, since he moved to Turin.Ramsey's performance was impressive when Wales reached the 16th Euros. They were knocked out by Denmark in a 4-0 demolition.