It is no longer news that Italian Serie A champions Juventus are in the front queue of a list of clubs in pursuit of the signature of Arsenal and Wales international midfielder Aaron Ramsey.
The former Cardiff is confirmed to make a move away from the Emirates Stadium at the end of the season when his contract with the club will expire.
Efforts by the Gunners to have Ramsey stay failed owing to the ambiguous personal wage demand which was not realistic for the club as a result of other financial commitments.
It was then agreed that the former Cardiff City man be allowed to leave the club as a free player at the end of the season with lots of suitors lined up for his signature.
The likes of Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Liverpool and French Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint Germain are all interested in the star midfielder but he has been favored to join the Italian side.
However, Juventus chief Fabio Paratici has stated that the club has been monitoring the situation with the player as they are aware of his expected departure at the end of the season.
He, therefore, noted that Juventus are not alone in the race for Aaron Ramsey.