Juventus have reported reignite their interest in signing Chelsea’s power house Ramires after losing out on some of their key players this summer transfer window.
According to reports from Evening Standard, the Old Lady have made an enquiry for the Brazilian midfielder Ramires as they look forward to strengthen their squad ahead of the new season.
The Italian giants won three domestic trophies last season and also got to the finals of the UEFA Champions League losing to Barcelona.
But since the beginning of the summer transfer window, they have lost quite a number of their first team players including Andrea Pirlo, Arturo Vidal and Carlos Tevez, and are still expected to lose more with various interests coming from abroad for both Fernando Llorente and Paul Pogba
Ramires who moved to Chelsea in 2010 from Benfica seems to have falling down the pecking order in the Jose Mourinho squad with the boss prefering the combination of Matic, Fabregas and Oscar in the midfield position. Ramires was also an unused substitute in Chelsea’s opening game against Swansea on Saturday.
However should Mourinho let Ramires leave this season, Chelsea will be missing a great player who undoubtedly is the most versatile player in Blues team.