Arsenal attacking midfielder Aaron Ramsey has ended speculation over his future by securing services of a pre-contract agreement with Serie A giants Juventus, according to CalcioMercato reports.
Wales international future at the Gunners has been under intense scrutiny with the playmakers deal set to expire at the end of the current campaign, and the report suggested that Ramsey has reached agreement with Juventus.
Negotiations have been ongoing for a number of days and the Welshman has reportedly signed a five-year deal that will see him to earn €6.5million-a-year, after Serie A champions announced their interest in the midfielder at the start of the January transfer window.
The 28-year-old attacking midfielder, who is set to be ending his 11 year spell at the team after joining from English club Cardiff back in 2008, has reportedly favoured a move to the Old Lady, despite interest from top European teams.
Ramsey has been an influential figure in recent years for the North London club, making 352 appearances for the team and founding the back of the net 60 times from midfield.
Calcio Mercato also claimed that Sami Khedira could be part of the deal going the other way, suggesting the German midfielder is set to move to the Emirates Stadium at the end of the current campaign.