Aaron Ramsey Is Officially Unveiled As A Juventus Player

Aaron Ramsey fondly called Rambo by fans of North London club, Arsenal has been officially unveiled as a Juventus player after leaving the Emirates stadium as a free agent.

The Wales International signed a pre-contract agreement with the Turin based giants in February in a deal that will see him earn over £400,000 a week.

The ex-Arsenal player has agreed a four year deal with Serie A Champions, Juventus that will see him join the Italian giants as a free agent, ending a lengthy yet successful 11-year spell with North London club, Arsenal.

Ramsey settled for Juventus following talks with a host of European clubs who had keen interest in employing his services.

With the ball already set rolling, he would be the highest-earning British player ever based strictly on basic salary.

The midfielder’s contract at the Emirates ended on 30 June and Arsenal are not entitled to a fee for him.

In confirming the done deal, Juve said they would be incurring the cost of £3.2 million but failed to mention what the fee was for.

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Arsenal presented Ramsey with the offer of a new deal in September 2018 but the deal was rejected by the midfielder with the club failing to match the salary demands of the now-Juventus player.

Rambo made a total of 262 Premier League appearances for Arsenal, finding the net 40 times in the same period.

The midfielder is set to take up the number 8 jersey previously worn by Claudio Marchisio and later joined by free agent. Adrien Rabiot at the middle of the park.

It is highly rumoured that Ramsey was unhappy at Arsenal having to put in more work than benchwarmer Mesut Ozil and still earning far less. Ozil with a pay check of about £350,000 a week is currently the highest paid Arsenal player with no permanent place in the club’s Starting XI.


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