Arsenal Midfielder Aaron Ramsey has agreed with a five-year deal with Juventus and will leave Arsenal at the end of the season.
Ramsey has been in talks with the Italian champions since last year and is now expected to end his 10-year stay at Arsenal.
According to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, through his post on Twitter Wednesday night.
“Confirmed: Aaron Ramsey to Juventus on next June, done deal.” He tweeted, “His agent will be in Italy soon to meet Juventus director Paratici and sign the contract for next season. Here we go!”
Confirmed: Aaron #Ramsey to #Juventus on next June, done deal. His agent will be in Italy soon to meet Juventus director Paratici and sign the contract for next season. Here we go! 🏴⚫️ #transfers #AFC #Arsenal #Juve
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) January 9, 2019
An agreement had been reached for Ramsey to move to Turin in the summer. The deal is said to be worth £36million, with the Wales international set to earn £140,000-a-week.
He is in line to earn up to £140,000 a week with the Italian club, which works out at £7.2m a season, although Cristiano Ronaldo is Juventus’ highest-paid player.
Juventus Chief Fabio Paratici said earlier this year in an interview with Sky Sports Italy that Ramsey is an ‘excellent player.’
‘He’s an excellent player. For years he’s been performing at a top level,’ said Paratici. ‘His contract is expiring and we are always attentive to the potential developments. So he falls in that category.
‘Will he join us in the summer? That remains to be seen.
‘At the moment he’s an Arsenal player, certainly, we aren’t the only ones following him.’
Juventus are nine points clear at the top of Serie A and are expected to win their eighth straight league title. However, the club wants to make more of an impression in the Champions League, having featured in two of the last four finals, losing to Barcelona and Real Madrid.
About his qualifications in Arsenal.
Ramsey joined Arsenal for £4.8m from Cardiff City and has played 252 games for Arsenal, scoring 52 goals. His honors include three FA Cup final wins. However, his career has been blighted by injury and Arsenal decided to renew the contract of Mesut Ozil – another star whose deal was due to expire this summer – instead of the Welshman.
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