Dean Saunders, a former assistant manager at Newcastle United, would wish to see Aaron Ramsey wear a Magpies jersey this yr.
The Wales international’s alleged £400,000 per week contract with Juventus was cancelled this week, and he’s now in search of a latest team.
With injuries hampering his time in Serie A and a dismal loan season at Europa League finalists Rangers last season, Ramsey’s profession has stagnated in recent times.
Nonetheless, despite his difficulties, Saunders, a fellow countryman, thinks the 31-year-old still has quite a bit to supply before the Qatar World Cup.
Saunders told talkSPORT: “I’d wish to see him at Newcastle. I believe that’s the train you ought to jump on. Or Nottingham Forest.
“Numerous people don’t realise Steve Cooper is Welsh. He’s been involved with the England camp for a very long time, but he’ll know Aaron.
“Within the Euros, when Wales played Turkey, (Gareth) Bale and Ramsey played together – and Ramsey was magnificent.
“He’s had just a few injuries. He broke his leg [against] Birmingham, and it affected him for a very long time.
“He’s got an incredible football brain. He covers more ground than any player on the pitch. Good finisher, great lad.”
Ramsey spent 11 years at Arsenal, where he appeared in over 350 games and netted 65 goals.
In January, Ramsey was briefly linked to Newcastle, and any prospective transfer would probably require the club to interrupt its pay structure.