Aaron Ramsey clashed with Unai Emery before deciding to leave Arsenal

Ruben Holloway
January 12, 2019

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is set to seal a money-spinning move to Italian champions Juventus when his contract expires with the Gunners in the summer, according to reports today.

The 28-year-old Wales global had already been told by new Arsenal manager Unai Emery that he did not feature in his plans at the Emirates and will soon bring to an end his 10-year association with the north London club.

Ramsey will make around $180,000 per week with the Italian club, making him the second highest earner at the club behind Ronaldo, but ahead of Paulo Dybala and Douglas Costa.

The former Wales captain has been promised a significant role in the club implying that he is likely to be a central figure in a three man midfield preferred by Max Allegri.

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He has now reportedly agreed a deal with Juventus, and the pre-contract will be signed in the coming days when his agent flies to Italy to meet the Juventus board.

Ramsey has become an Arsenal legend since joining the club from Cardiff City over ten years ago with the midfielder providing 62 goals and 64 assists in 356 appearances to help the north Londoners win 3 FA Cups.

'And I was very happy with him in the last match.

Ramsey had scored 11 goals and created nine assists last season and is following that with one goal and six assists this year.

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"Arsenal had a player in Ramsey that was proven", added Merson. Every day he's here with us, he's working very well. I want his focus to be on us, and to be on West Ham on Saturday.

And after Emery revealed on Thursday that the club can only afford to bring in loan additions this month, Keown believes last year's £100million spree on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette could be the real reason behind Ramsey's pending departure.

"We can not sign permanently". The worrying part was that Wenger was not able to convince these players, who left in quest of big trophies to their rivals.

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