Aaron Ramsey & # 39; would have Juventus medically in London & # 39; while Italian giants look at an agreement
Aaron Ramsey & # 39; Juventus will have medical in London & # 39; while Italian giants look at an agreement for Arsenal man
- Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is ready for his Juventus medical on Sunday & # 39;
- The midfielder from Wales is not contractually associated with the Gunners in the summer
- He is free to discuss conditions with clubs abroad and Juve seems to be in control
Nathan Salt for Mailonline
Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is ready to have his Juventus medically in London on Sunday & # 39 ;, while the Italian giants are looking for a deal for the Welshman.
Ramsey's contract expires in North London in the summer and as he is free to discuss terms with teams abroad, it appears that Juventus is zooming in a smart free transfer.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport and Corriere dello Sport, Ramsey will secretly do part of his medical work in London, just a day after Arsenal suffered the defeat of city rivals West Ham.
Aaron Ramsey & # 39; is on his way to a medical Juventus in London & # 39 ;, while he gets closer to a move
Juventus is smart when it comes to free transfers with previously picked German midfielders Sami Khedira and Emre Can.
The medical department in London would only do the first part of the thorough tests, while the rest in Turin was completed at a later date, according to reports in the Italian media.
Ramsey is expected to sign a five-year contract worth £ 140,000 per week plus bonuses if he plays 50 percent of all games in a season.
It remains unclear whether Ramsey will leave for Italy this month, allowing Arsenal to recoup money from a player who has served them for 10 years.
Ramsey was in action for Arsenal on Saturday, but could now change his future
Speaking on Friday, boss Unai Emery suggested that Ramsey would see the season in London until his contract expires.
& # 39; My idea and focus, I say to him every day, is with us, & # 39; Emery told reporters.
We need his performances for us and the last matches I am very happy with him. & # 39;
The Welshman came on as a replacement for the second half against West Ham at the London Stadium on Saturday, but was unable to prevent the loss, as the Gunners gave their top four rivals a boost.