Photo, 5-year deal agreed: Arsenal to announce first January transfer

Aaron Ramsey has agreed to join Juventus in a five year deal, this is according to reports.

Ramsey is free to speak with any club of his choice following the imminent expiration of his current contract with Arsenal.

Arsenal withdrew their offers for him earlier in the season, confusing the fans as it given that the Welsh midfielder still adds value to the club.

He has been linked with a move to several European clubs including Juventus and Bayern Munich but it appears that the 28-year-old star has set his sight on a move to the Turin.

Italian news outlet Mediaset claim Ramsey has agreed a deal in principle to join Juventus. He will earn £6million a year according to the report.

The report say the deal is already done but an announcement is likely going to be made in February.

Ramsey was on the score sheet for Arsenal when they thrashed City rivals Fulham last weekend. Following his impressive display, Unai Emery claim the star is going to stay at the club until the end of the season.

“I want his focus every day with us on training and thinking for the next match, which is against Blackpool,” Emery said.

“I am looking at him and he’s very concentrated with us now. On Tuesday, he scored when he played 15 minutes, and he gave a good performance.

“I want that from him, and also he needs to look at his future. But I want him in the present with us. At the end of the season is the moment he can go to one team or another team.”