Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey has finally ended uncertainty about his future by agreeing a five-year summer move to Juventus worth around £36 million.
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.
The breakdown in negotiations has attracted the interest of several big clubs such as Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain, among others.
He will sign his pre-contract with Juve, but see out the season in London. He will be fondly remembered by Arsenal fans, most of whom wish he wasn't going.
He will not be signing a new deal with Arsenal after the Gunners withdrew a fresh four-year offer in September for football and financial reasons.
The Guardian have claimed that Ramsey will earn upwards of £140,000 per week, making him the club's second-highest paid player behind Cristiano Ronaldo.
However, according to Sky in Italy, terms have now been agreed between the two parties and Juventus will finalise the transfer during the middle of next week.
The Wales global is Arsenal's longest-serving playing, having moved to the Emirates from Cardiff City as a teenager back in 2008.
The report says Ramsey's "boyhood dream" was to play for Barcelona but after preliminary talks he will not be moving to the Nou Camp.
"We need his performances for us and the last matches I am very happy with him".
"After, his future belongs to him, his family and agent".
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