Arsenal's Ramsey set for Juventus medical on January 13

Arsenal's Ramsey set for Juventus medical on January 13

Juventus are leading the race to sign Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey when his contract expires at the end of the season.

Reports in both Italy and the United Kingdom have suggested that Ramsey's exit will see him swap North London for Italy and the Serie A.

The 28-year-old Wales global had already been told by new Arsenal manager Unai Emery that he did not feature in his plans at the Emirates and will soon bring to an end his 10-year association with the north London club.

Ramsey joined Arsenal for £4.8million from Cardiff City and has played 252 games for Arsenal, scoring 52 goals.

Sevilla had been the first club to make a move, but see the potential deal as "very complicated", and are balking at paying the £5m remaining of Morata's salary this season.

But BBC Sport say Ramsey has not decided where he will play yet even though Juventus is his "current preference".

"We need his performances for us and the last matches I am very happy with him".

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"His future is individually for him, for his family, his agent". Every day he's here with us, he's working very well.

"I want his behaviour and his focus to be on West Ham on Saturday".

"We can not sign permanently".

But it became clear that Ramsey's desire to play as a number eight, running on to the ball from an advanced central midfield position, clashed with Emery's vision.

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Arsenal sit fifth in the Premier League, just three points off the top four, and are also into the last 32 of the Europa League and FA Cup.

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