Aaron Ramsey has reportedly signed a pre-contract agreement with Italian giants Juventus ahead of a move to Serie A in the summer.
Ramsey is Arsenal‘s longest-serving player, having joined the club from Cardiff City as a teenager back in 2008, and he has gone on to make 355 appearances for the Gunners.
The Welshman has less than six months remaining on his current deal at the Emirates, and was expected to sign a new contract to keep him at the club beyond the summer.
However, a few months after Unai Emery’s arrival, Ramsey saw the offer of a new and improved deal unexpectedly rescinded, and instead, he was told that he was free to find a new club.
He has been linked with a number of top Premier League and European clubs, and has been able to talk to clubs outside of the English top flight since January 1st.
Sky Sports are now reporting that the 28-year-old midfielder has now put pen to paper on a pre-contract agreement with Italian champions Juventus, and will officially join up with the Bianconeri on July 1st.
It is thought that Ramsey completed a medical over the course of the weekend as well as finalising the terms of the deal, with the deal set to be announced in February.
Ramsey has scored 61 goals during his time at Arsenal, including three this season, with the Gunners currently six points off the top four.