Ramsey is reported to have signed a contract that will earn him more than £400,000 a week, so making him the highest-paid British player of all time (although that could be obliterated should countryman Gareth Bale secure a move to China in the coming days).
During his time with the Gunners, Ramsey made 371 appearances, scored 65 goals and won the FA Cup on three occasions.
The expectation will be to win far more silverware over the course of his four-year contract in Italy. Last season Juventus secured their eighth consecutive Serie A title and La Vecchia Signora (The Old Lady) are the 4/9 favourites to claim a ninth straight title in 2019-20 at bet365*.
Their raison d’être though is the UEFA Champions League, where they are 8/1 to prevail with the same bookmaker. Meanwhile Arsenal are 40/1 with bet365* for the Premier League title. Should you fancy a wager on any of those odds, head for freebets.co.uk where you can find all new customer bonus offers from bet365.
Ramsey will see a couple of familiar faces from the Emirates Stadium at his new home, with Polish goalkeeper Wojciech Szcz?sny and English striker Stephy Mavididi both having joined Juventus from the Gunners. Mavididi, although officially with Juve’s U23 team, made his senior Juventus debut in a 2–1 away loss against SPAL in Serie A towards the end of last term.