TRANSFER: Aaron Ramsey Returns To Cardiff City On A Two-year Deal

Wales captain Aaron Ramsey has completed a return to his boyhood club, Cardiff City on a two-year contract.

The ex-Arsenal midfielder’s arrival at Cardiff came after French side, Nice had earlier confirmed that Ramsey had left the club by mutual agreement.

Ramsey made 22 appearances for the Bluebirds as a teenager and six more on loan from Arsenal in 2011 and remains their youngest ever player.

Having played for them in the 2008 FA Cup final, he went on to win the competition three times with the Gunners and added a Serie A title and a Coppa Italia with Juventus and a Scottish Cup on loan at Rangers before joining Nice.

“It feels unbelievable to finally be back here. I always thought one day I’d come back, and now it’s the perfect time to do that,” he said.

“To be back with my family and around familiar faces is just brilliant, so I’m delighted to be back here now. I’ve missed that a lot in the last year or so, so it was important for me to be back around them.

Similarly, Ramsey’s seven-year-old son, Sonny has also joined Cardiff’s academy, signing his contract alongside his father.

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