Newcastle United have moved ahead of Arsenal in the race for Aaron Ramsey, with the club being advised to make a bold move.

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Newcastle United have moved ahead of Arsenal in the race for Aaron Ramsey, with the club being advised to make a bold move.

Ramsey is free to leave Juventus as the Serie A giants look to offload his wages, with Newcastle among the Premier League clubs interested in signing the midfielder.

Newcastle are said to have moved ahead in the race to sign Juventus outcast Aaron Ramsey after being urged to complete the deal.

Ramsey is free to leave the Serie A giants this month, as he has no role to play at the Allianz Stadium under Massimiliano Allegri.

Allegri wants to make room for new signings, and one way for Juventus to do so is to get rid of former Arsenal star Aaron Ramsey’s massive wages.

But first and foremost, he must find a new home, and several Premier League clubs, including Newcastle, are eager to provide him with one this month.

The Magpies appear to be in the lead to sign him, though they have yet to make a formal offer.

Ramsey is only “partially convinced” by offers from Aston Villa and Brighton, according to Gazzetta Dello Sport.

The two Premier League clubs have held talks with Ramsey’s representatives, but no progress has been made so far.

Ramsey’s huge wage demands, which neither Villa nor Brighton can realistically match, are thought to be the biggest roadblock.

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That will open the door for Newcastle, who, thanks to their Saudi Arabian owners, will be able to pay the Welsh international’s wages.

If they do confirm their interest in Ramsey, it will please Dean Saunders, a former Liverpool player who has urged the Magpies to sign the Juventus outcast.

“I’d sign Aaron Ramsey and Gareth Bale if I was Newcastle, and I’m not just saying that because I’m Welsh,” Saunders told talkSPORT.

“They’d be a great addition to that team, and they’re available.”

Aaron Ramsey is likely earning between £300,000 and £400,000 per week after leaving Arsenal on a free transfer.

“Only about four clubs in the world can afford to pay his wages, and Newcastle is one of them; they can pay the wages because they have the funds.”

“Their issue is finding players who are better than what they have.”

Despite having good forward players, Bale would help them.”

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