Juventus to finalise deal for Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey?

Aaron Ramsey- Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey agrees to join Juventus in £36m deal

Aaron Ramsey will leave Arsenal on a free transfer after 10 years at the north London club Credit Getty Images

Arsenal midfielder, Aaron Ramsey, has agreed a five-year deal with Juventus worth £36m and will join the Italian champions on a free transfer at the end of the season, the UK Guardian reports.

The 28-year-old will sign a 5-year deal for 8 million euros per year.

As a result, he has been allowed to discuss terms with various clubs this January, including Juve, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid, about a possible move in the summer. He will be fondly remembered by Arsenal fans, most of whom wish he wasn't going.

With no transfer fee to pay, the likelihood is Ramsey's next club will make him the best-paid British player of all time.

Once Ramsey's choice is made, he is expected to sign a pre-contract agreement and undergo a medical this month.

'We need his performances for us and the last matches I am very happy with him'.

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However, although there is still a possibility the situation might change, it is nearly certain the former Cardiff player will go overseas.

But BBC Sport say Ramsey has not decided where he will play yet even though Juventus is his "current preference".

Arsenal fans just hope he doesn't end up joining a Premier League rival, because according to BBC Sport's David Ornstein, the Wales global has a preference if he were to stay in England.

"After, his future belongs to him, his family and agent".

Ramsey leaving Arsenal is inevitable, then, and ahead of this weekend's Premier League action Emery explained that he respects his decision.

"I want his behaviour and his focus to be on West Ham on Saturday".

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