Juventus confirm interest in Ramsey

Posted January 05, 2019

Arsenal manager Unai Emery has remained tight lipped with regard to the media reports linking midfielder Aaron Ramsey with a move away from the club with both Inter and Juventus among those linked.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously had reported that Juventus legend Andrea Pirlo wants the Italian champions to land Aaron Ramsey from Arsenal this summer. Five things to know...

Arsenal must weigh up whether the financial benefits of selling Ramsey before the end of the month are greater than having Ramsey available for the rest of the campaign due to their commitments in the Europa League. "Now, he is still an Arsenal player and we are certainly not the only ones interested".

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And now, according to Mediaset, Juve have now secured the services of the Premier League stalwart as they continue their recent trend of Bosman free transfers.

Paratici confirmed that the club were monitoring Ramsey's situation in London and added that they are open to bringing him on board.

"Ramsey? He's a great player, we really like him and he plays for a great team", Paratici told Sky Sport Italia.

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'His contract is expiring and we are always attentive to the potential developments.

A result that will see Arsenal suffer a loss of about £50m that Ramsey is present worth at the transfer market. He has won three FA Cups at Arsenal, and also scored the winning goals in the 2014 and 2017 finals against Hull and Chelsea respectively.

However, this season his role has been reduced to that of an impact sub, so his departure should have less influence as to how Emery's starting XI shapes up beyond next summer.

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