The Welsh star is expected to pocket £7.2m annually with a weekly wage of £140,000 making him Bianconerri second most top earner.
Earlier this season, the Gunners announced that the club would not be offering the Welshman a new deal so an exit has always looked likely.
"Aaron Ramsey to on next June, done deal", Italian journalist Fabrizioi Romano tweeted on Wednesday night.
Ramsey was said to be keen to stay yet grew frustrated with the protracted process and, by the end, there were doubts over whether he would have put pen to paper.
Ramsey leaving Arsenal is inevitable, then, and ahead of this weekend's Premier League action Emery explained that he respects his decision.
However, Juventus are the team in pole-position for the Welshman's signature.
That partly explains why Ramsey's game time has been limited and is among the factors attracting him to Juventus, where manager Massimiliano Allegri tends to operate with a three-man midfield.
"My idea and focus, I say to him every day, is that we need his performance for us", said Emery.
"In the last match I was very happy with him".
'His future is for him, his family and his agent. Every day he's here with us, he's working very well.
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