Aaron Ramsey is on the verge of completing a move to join Italian giants Juventus.
The Welsh midfielder is known for hitman style of play where he pops up with regular goals from midfield and is more often than not a deciding factor in a tight match. He is however, reportedly out of favour at the Emirates and Giggs believe by going abroad, Ramsey will only improve.
Giggs told Sky Sports: “I hope so. You’ve seen the effect it’s had on Gareth Bale. He’s going to a top-class football club, one of the best in the world. That will improve you as a player. When you’re an international coach, all you want is your players playing and he’ll be playing at the highest level.”
The former Red Devil captain also expressed his joy at watching his old club shine again under one of his former teammates. “Everyone is smiling at the moment,” Giggs said. “There’s a massive buzz around the place. We’re playing really good football – to get seven wins on the bounce takes a lot of doing no matter who you are. We’ve got to carry that momentum….there’s a long way to go, there will be bumps in the road but everyone is happy and smiling.”
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