Aaron Ramsey and Juventus agree terms on free transfer

Aaron Ramsey and Juventus agree terms on free transfer

Ramsey will only be second to Cristiano Ronaldo but ahead of conspicuous stars such as paolo Dybala and Douglas Costa in the wage scheme.

Ramsey will leave Arsenal on a free transfer when his contract expires at the end of the season - and we reported last week that a move to Juventus was his preferred choice.

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Juventus manager, Max Allegri, and the director Fabio Paratici are huge admirers of Ramsey, who is likely to be given a place in the Juventus starting XI, most likely playing with Miralem Pjanic and Blaise Matuidi in a three-man midfield.

Speaking on Thursday, Arsenal boss Unai Emery spoke out regarding Ramsey's situation.

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Having joined from his hometown club Cardiff City for £4.8 million in 2008, Ramsey has scored 62 goals in 354 appearances for Arsenal and won the FA Cup in 2014, 2015 and 2017.

A three-time FA Cup victor with the Gunners, Ramsey scored the winning goals in the finals against Hull (2014) and Chelsea (2017). He played arguably the best football of his career during Euro 2016 as Wales reached the semi-finals, although he was suspended for the last-four game as Portugal beat Chris Coleman's team 2-0.

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey has reportedly agreed to sign for Juventus during the summer.

The two enjoy a great relationship on and off the pitch and Real Madrid had made contact over a move, though Ramsey has elected to join Juve instead. His future I respect a lot because it is a very private decision.

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