Juventus have announced that Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey will go along with them on a free transfer this mid year.
Juventus Football Club declare that Aaron Ramey will authoritatively be a Juventus player from 1 July 2019. The Welshman will make the move from Arsenal in the late spring, having marked a four-year contract with the Italian bosses, binds him to the club until 2023.
Conceived on 26 December 1990 in the Welsh town of Caerphilly, Aaron Ramsey started his profession at Cardiff City, moving on from the foundation and proceeding to make his first group debut in 2007. A progression of great exhibitions from the then-youth grabbed the attention of Arsenal, who marked the midfielder in July 2008.
Following the change to North London, Ramsey proceeded to make his presentation for the Gunners in their Champions League qualifier against FC Twente a little more than two months subsequent to signing. To date Ramsey has played in 256 Premier League games for Arsenal, more than other team players, while scoring an aggregate of 38 top-flight goals from midfield. Beside two advance spells at Nottingham Forest in 2010, and afterward back at previous club, Cardiff in 2011, Ramsey has spent right in the course of the most recent decade of his profession at Arsenal, adding to three FA Cup wins and two Community Shield trophies.
Just as being perceived as a great Premier League player, Ramsey brings an abundance of European experience, having played in 43 coordinates in the Champions League, scoring eight goals and giving four assists, an assume that ascents to 50 considering likewise the passing stages, in which he has additionally scored multiple times. At last, this is adjusted off with nine appearances and five goals in the Europa League.
On the worldwide stage, Aaron Ramsey has 58 tops for Wales to his name, having scored 14 goals, and was a piece of the Welsh side that achieved the Euro 2016 semi-finals, with Ramsey being named in the ‘Group of the Tournament’.
Also, he took an interest for Great Britain at the London 2012 Olympic Games, turning out an aggregate of multiple times for Team GB (counting a pre-competition neighborly), and scoring one goal from the penalty spot in their Olympic quarter-last against South Korea.
Aaron Ramsey will turn out to be just the third Welshman to pull on the Black and White shirt in the historical backdrop of Juventus, following the incomparable, John Charles and previous European Golden Boot champ, Ian Rush.