Juventus rub salt into Aaron Ramsey's wounds with message to Frankfurt after on-loan Rangers star misses penalty
JUVENTUS have rubbed salt into Aaron Ramsey's wounds with a message to Eintracht Frankfurt after their Europa League penalty shootout win.
Ramsey, who is on loan at Rangers from Juve, had his penalty shootout spot-kick saved by Kevin Trapp to win Frankfurt the final.
And Juve sent a message to the German side, tweeting: "Congratulations to @Eintracht for winning the @EuropaLeague."
But there was no message of commiserations for their player.
In fact, the club could reportedly look to cancel Ramsey's contract this summer A YEAR early.
Wales national team boss Rob Page has tipped Ramsey to bounce back.
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Ramsey has been selected by Page to represent Wales in their World Cup play-off final.
Wales will play either Ukraine or Scotland for a place at this year's winter World Cup in Qatar.
Asked if he still had faith in Ramsey, Page replied: “Absolutely, 100 per cent.
“It happens to the best in the world. It happened to Gareth (Bale) in the Euros. Top players, they put themselves up.
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“I am so proud of him for putting himself up, he is a world-class footballer.
"He had the courage and conviction to take a penalty.
“Top players recover from that, no problem. I have no doubt whatsoever if it comes to penalties that he will take one.”
Ramsey has a chance to end this season on a high as he will contest the Scottish Cup final with Rangers against Hearts.
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