Transfer: Martin Keown reveals two players behind Aaron Ramsey’s Arsenal exit

Transfer: Martin Keown reveals two players behind Aaron Ramsey’s Arsenal exit

Transfer: Martin Keown reveals two players behind Aaron Ramsey’s Arsenal exit

However, according to Italian news outlet Gazzetta dello Sport, Juventus are eager to bring Ramsey in as soon as possible and have lined up for the midfielder to fly out to Turin to complete his medical after the West Ham game on Saturday with Arsenal's permission.

Unai Emery and Aaron Ramsey disagreed over the Welshman's best role in the team as he prepares to leave Arsenal for Juventus on a free transfer.

It is claimed Ramsey will earn a whopping €8 million (R128 million) per season at the Italian side, which would make him Juve's second-highest earner behind Ronaldo.

Ramsey, 28, is already free to sign a pre-contract agreement with foreign clubs and had been courted by a number of big names with Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Inter Milan also reportedly interested.

And Emery insisted today that he will still count on Ramsey for the rest of the season even if he does finalise a deal with Juventus.

The 28-year-old Wales global had already been told by new Arsenal manager Unai Emery that he did not feature in his plans at the Emirates and will soon bring to an end his 10-year association with the north London club.

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"If Arsenal are admitting they are only able to sign loan players, then it is staggering that they are happy to let one of their prize assets leave for nothing", said Keown, writing in the Daily Mail.

"I don't know how his situation is but I know the club is working for the possibility of players who can help us with this condition (on loan)".

'His future is for him, his family and his agent.

Fortunately it looks like Ramsey to Juventus is a done deal, so unless something dramatically changes in the next five months, that's what's going to happen.

Ramsey has won three FA Cups in 11 years at Arsenal but it is his development into an integral squad member with proven quality that Merson thinks the Gunners will struggle to replace.

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