Ryan Giggs has backed Aaron Ramsey to be a success when the Welshman moves to Serve A with Juventus this summer.
After failing to agree a new deal in North London, the Arsenal midfielder has signed a pre-contract agreement with the Italian champions, and will move to Italy on a free transfer this summer.
The move brings an end to Ramsey’s 11-year stay at The Emirates, having signed a teenager from Cardiff City in 2008.
Wales manager Giggs has backed the 28-year-old to succeed in Turin, citing the example of international teammate Gareth Bale’s success since moving abroad to play in Spain for Real Madrid.
“You’ve seen what it [going abroad] has done for Gareth,” said Giggs.
“It will be a great experience for Aaron and he is going to a great club, the biggest in Italy.
“Look at the facilities Juventus have got, they are a massive club.
“He is playing well at the moment and [leaving Arsenal] has not affected him.”