- Aaron Ramsey reportedly agrees to join Italian champions Juventus
- The Arsenal midfielder was refused a new deal at the north London club
- The Wales international has also been linked with German side Bayern Munich
Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey has agreed to join Juventus this summer after being told he is free to leave the club, according to reports.
The Wales international did not have contract talks with the Emirates outfit and he was given a free-hand to speak with intending suitors.
Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano revealed that a deal with the Turin giants have been sealed after long weeks of speculation.
He tweeted: "Confirmed: Aaron Ramsey to Juventus on next June, done deal. His agent will be in Italy soon to meet Juventus director Paratici and sign the contract for next season. Here we go!"
The Italian journalist Romano who works with British news media outlets Sky Sports and The Guardian added that the Welshman's agent will be arriving Turin to rubber stamp the deal.
The Bianconeri have put a five deal worth £7million on the table for the Arsenal midfielder plus a £10million sign-on fee if his contract expires at the end of the season.
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Juve are confident the offer will put them ahead of fellow competitors and Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich.
The Old Lady are looking to get the better of the German champions for Chelsea youngster Callum Hudson-Odoi.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Serie A giants, Juventus, have won the race to sign Arsenal star midfielder, Aaron Ramsey.
According to a UK Metro report, the midfielder has signed a pre-contract agreement with the Turin outfit ahead of his summer move.
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