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Aaron Ramsey’s Cardiff Reunion: Nostalgia and New Beginnings

Ramsey’s Return: A Homecoming Tale Rooted in Cardiff

A Dual Signing: Father and Son Return to Cardiff

In an emotionally-charged event resonating with nostalgia, Aaron Ramsey, the veteran midfielder, has triumphantly returned to his formative stomping grounds, Cardiff City. The event was sweetened further by Ramsey’s seven-year-old son, Sonny, also signing a contract with the club’s academy.

Ramsey, 32, had been unattached following the end of his tenure at Nice, the French team. He has now put pen to paper on a two-year deal with the Welsh outfit, marking a full circle in his career that commenced here 16 years ago report The Athletic.

A Fervent Homecoming: Ramsey’s Unveiling

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

His voice filled with anticipation and relief, he continued, “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.”

A renowned Cardiff City supporter, Ramsey aims to contribute to the team’s return to the Premier League, having been witness to the highs and lows of the team from afar. “That’s a target of mine — to try and help my team-mates and this club to get back to the top.”

Paying Homage: A Cardiff Fan Forever

“I owe so much to Cardiff, to the fans, to everybody who has been at the club when I was here as a young boy coming through. For me now to come full circle, to be part of this team now, and hopefully achieve the goals we want, there’s no better feeling than that,” Ramsey affirmed.

The prodigal son, who carved his place in history by becoming Cardiff’s youngest player in April 2007 at only 16 years and 123 days, has returned. Ramsey’s subsequent journey took him from Arsenal to Juventus and Rangers, with a brief interlude back in South Wales, before landing at Nice in 2022, where he scored one goal and provided three assists in 34 appearances.

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