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.
However, despite his influence on the Gunners, talks over a new contract were unexpectedly halted earlier this season, when the North London club rescinded their offer of a new deal and informed him that he was free to leave.
He is in line to earn up to £140,00 a week with the Italian club, which works out at £7.2 million a season, although Cristiano Ronaldo is Juventus' highest-paid player.More news: Jose Mourinho On Rumours Of Return To Former Club
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The Juventus manager, Max Allegri, and director Fabio Paratici are huge admirers of the Welshman, who will be expected to be given a place in the Juventus starting XI, most likely playing with Miralem Pjanic and Blaise Matuidi in a three-man midfield.
Sky Sports in the United Kingdom also agrees with its Italian sister that Ramsey will complete his Bosman transfer to Juve after the Supercoppa on January 16.More news: Google expanding Chrome ad-blocking initiative to global markets this July
A three-time FA Cup victor with the Gunners, Ramsey scored the winning goals in the finals against Hull (2014) and Chelsea (2017).
Ramsey's contract with Arsenal, where he has spent the past ten years, expires in June, and the midfielder was not able to reach an agreement with the club over an extension. His future I respect a lot because it is a very private decision.More news: NYC Promises 'Guaranteed' Healthcare for All Residents
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