- Aaron Ramsey is heading to Serie A champions Juventus in the summer
- The 28-year-old will be leaving Arsenal at the end of June as a free agent
- Ramsey won three FA Cup trophies during his 11 years at north London
Aaron Ramsey has penned a pre-contract agreement at Juventus that will see him earn over £400,000 as weekly salary.
According to the Metro citing BBC, the 28-year-old Welshman is expected to leave the Emirates dwellers at the end of the season as a free agent.
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At the last count, Ramsey has been on the radar of top European clubs that include Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea.
The report further revealed that Ramsey will now join Juventus at the close of the 2018-19 campaign on a four-year deal.
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Interestingly, the switch will see Ramsey become Juve’s second-highest earner behind Cristiano Ronaldo, who presently pockets £500,000 as weekly wages.
The BBC further hinted that Ramsey has already passed through a two-part medical analysis for new squad members with Juventus last month.
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During his 11 years stint at Arsenal, Ramsey claimed three FA Cup trophies, and was in process of extending his stay at the north London outfit before club chiefs opted out without explaining the sudden change of heart.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Mesut Ozil was rejected in the January transfer window by top European clubs after Arsenal tried to sell him, reports from Italy claim.
The former German midfielder was said to have been offered to Italian champions Juventus but the Old Lady were put off by his £350,000 weekly wages.
And according to Italian news media outfit, the Bianconeri had refused the offer back in November, but opted for Aaron Ramsey who signed a pre-contract agreement for next summer.
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