Read Up “Aaron Ramsey may return to Cardiff City” The Welsh midfielder is currently playing for Nice but is out of contract this summer, but it’s been suggested that he might have done enough to trigger an extension.
However with no extension yet agreed, Ramsey could return to the club where it all started for him, something that he’d be open to.
He said: “We’ll see.
“They gave me an opportunity as a young boy and to go on and to become a professional. I’ll be forever grateful for that and what they’ve done for me in my career.
“Maybe one day I’ll go back and it’ll mean a lot.
“I’ve always said that one day I’d love to go back there. I think there are a few things that need sorting out over the next few weeks, but the most important thing for me is to enjoy my time with family, and make the most important decision for us.
“I think there are three or four weeks now to enjoy and put the feet up. It’s been a long season with the World Cup and everything sandwiched in between.”
Arsenal centre-back Jakub Kiwior has claimed he rejected a move to West Ham before joining the Gunners in January.
In the winter transfer window, the Polish defender moved in for £22 million from Spezia.
He did, however, note that West Ham had also made an attempt to sign an English team before Arsenal and had been unsuccessful.
When asked how he ended up at the Emirates, Kiwior said to Wprost: “No, it was more about the league.
“West Ham United previously made me an offer, which I declined. They showed up even though they weren’t at the table.
“Then Arsenal came along, and that was something special for me.”
Manchester City star Bernardo Silva could be the next high-profile star to make the move to Saudi Arabia.
The 28-year-old, whose contract at the Etihad has two years left, has been connected to moves to Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain.
But according to BBC Sport, he might end up in the Middle East as Al Hilal of the Saudi Pro League tries to recruit him to the Gulf state.
Al Hilal is rumored to be able to pay the Portugal international a higher wage than Barca and PSG.
He might team up with Ruben Neves if he joins the squad because they have agreed to a £47 million trade from Wolves.
Anderlecht CEO Jesper Fredberg has dropped a subtle hint over the future of Brighton and Burnley-linked goalkeeper Bart Verbruggen.
I promise there will be moves by the start of the season, Fredberg promised in an interview with Belgian publication La Derniere Heure.
Although we will have a strong team, there will also be departures. There is no question that we will be prepared.
“There won’t be a whole team change, but there will be something fresh.
“However, we won’t make transfers unless a prospective new player is more effective than the ones we already have. We need to put together a team we can be proud of.
The 20-year-old gained his first call-up to the Netherlands national team in March after joining Anderlecht in 2020.