The Gunners’ new boss, Unai Emery made it clear that he doesn’t want Aaron Ramsey in his team and sees him as a surplus.
After contract negotiations with Ramsey and Arsenal broke down, clubs like Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United showed keenness in signing the Welsh midfielder.
According to reports, it seems now that Ramsey might be offered a pre-contract by Juventus sometime during January.
Liverpool were thought to be leading the transfer race, but according to Daily Mail, the Old Lady are set to make first contact.
Ramsey is free to talk to foreign clubs in January as his current Arsenal deal expires next summer. The Welshman will then become a free agent and Juventus can hold talks over a pre-contract with lucrative terms.
Juventus hope their ability to approach Ramsey during the winter window will give them a significant advantage in the race for the midfielder. None of the Premier League clubs are permitted to hold talks with Ramsey, and Juventus could offer the Gunner a 250K pounds-a-week contract.
If Ramsey doesn’t want to stay in England, Italy could be an impressive opportunity for him to prove his mettle with a Serie A side that has won the Serie A title seven years in a row.
With Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala in the attacks, Ramsey’s inclusion could be a beneficial move for both him and Juventus.