Juventus have announced that Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey will join them on a free transfer this summer.
A statement on Juve’s official website confirmed Ramsey had signed a four-year contract, effective from July 1.
Furthermore, the Bianconeri are liable for a €3.7m signing-on payment in the absence of a transfer fee.
The Welshman began his career with Cardiff City before joining Arsenal in 2008, going on to play over 300 times for the Gunners and lift three FA Cups.
He was also part of the Wales team who reached the semi-finals at Euro 2016, where they were beaten by eventual winners Portugal.
Although BBC Sport reports the 28-year-old will earn a basic wage of £400,000, Italian sources write he will earn £250,000 a week instead.
He is the latest in a long line of free agents to join the Old Lady in recent years after the likes of Paul Pogba, Andrea Pirlo and Emre Can.
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