AARON RAMSEY is set to land a whopping £3.4MILLION pay-off from Juventus, according to reports.
The former Arsenal ace is no longer wanted by the Italian giants.
But he is tied down to a £400,000-a-week contract which runs until next summer.
However, Nicolo Schira reports the club and player are in negotiations to work out a compensation package to rip up his deal.
It is thought they are closing in on a fee of up to £3.4m – significantly less than what Ramsey would earn by seeing out the final year at the Allianz Stadium.
Ramsey, 31, was left out of Juventus' pre-season tour to the United States – and received no squad number on the 2022-23 list.
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One cheeky fan even tried to prank the Welshman into signing his own contract termination.
The midfielder – who aims to be representing his nation at the World Cup this winter – spent the second half of last season on loan at Rangers but his future remains unclear.
Should a deal be struck to end his Juventus contract, Ramsey would become a free agent and therefore could sign for a new club for nothing.
Moves to Galatasaray and Fatih Karagumruk in Turkey have fallen through, while staying in Italy with newly-promoted AC Monza is another option.
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Although it is understood he would like to return back to British football with the Premier League or even boyhood club Cardiff City potential destinations.
Juventus have already snapped up a replacement for Ramsey by landing Paul Pogba on a free.
The Frenchman was released by Manchester United at the end of last season and returns to Turin six years after his £89m move the other way.
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