Ramsey & Juventus, is a good deal always the right deal?

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Arsenal are considering a move for Juventus defender Mehdi Benatia according to reports in Italy, a move which could see Aaron Ramsey move in the opposite direction.

Arsenal's head coach Unai Emery had named Aaron Ramsey as one of the five captains this season and initially, the club was expected to renew Wales midfielders contract.

Arsenal midfielder Ramsey is free to talk terms with other clubs this month as he is out-of-contract in the summer, and he has not been short of suitors.

This season, Ramsey has three goals to go along with six assists in 24 apperances across all competitions for The Gunners.

Ramsey is set to leave the Emirates following Arsenal's decision to withdraw the offer of a new £180,000-a-week contract in September.

Juventus 'monitoring' Arsenal midfielder Ramsey's transfer situation - director
Juventus are interested in signing Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey according to the club's sporting director Fabio Paratici. The Welshman is in the past year of his contract and the Gunners have offered him a new deal which he failed to accept.

Per several reports in Italy, the Wales worldwide has signed a pre-contract with the reigning Serie A champions, Juventus.

Their sporting director Fabio Paritici's commented: "Ramsey is a very good player who has been playing at a high level for many years and who plays for an important club". He is still an Arsenal player and we certainly are not the only ones who pay attention to transfers.

"At the moment he is working with us and I think yes [he will stay until the end of the season]", the Spaniard told reporters. If the transfer market can help us find a centre back, the possibility to bring them in is not easy because we also have [Kostantinos] Mavropanos coming back from injury. "I am just waiting for him to be OK to play but this morning he did not train with us".

Ramsey, who joined Arsenal a decade ago from Cardiff City has enjoyed a successive with the Gunners, winning several titles including the FA Cup.

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