North London outfit Arsenal boss Unai Emery has refused to rule out a move for Wales international Aaron Ramsey to Italian Serie A champions Juventus which makes him indirectly confirm that a deal could be in place.
The Italian Serie A champions are reported to have indicated interest in the Wales international they were to step forward with a bid as soon as it was confirmed he will no longer be staying at the club.
With his contract due to expire at the end of the season, Ramsey’s weekly wages demand was too high for the Gunners which made them withdraw from further talks as they submit to him leaving the Emirates Stadium.
Earlier report hints that an agreement has been reached between Aaron Ramsey’s representatives and the Italian Serie A side with announcements set to be made public in coming days, knowing that the former Cardiff City man will be a free player.
Emery stated that Ramsey remains an Arsenal player at the moment but cannot tell where he would be at the end of the season, but stated that he has nothing to say about the interest from Juventus.
The Gunners boss emphasises that all he is focused with is to train his players and work towards the next game.