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Juventus join race for Arsenal star even as Emery consider Pépé’s move

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Aaron Ramsey is yet to sign a new deal with the Emirates outfits and his future remains in major doubt.

The Welshman’s future remains a major issue for Unai Emery as he wants to retain the experience midfielder, but his employers are yet to reach an agreement with the player.

It is claimed that he wants a contract that would see him equal Mesut Ozil’s £350,000 weekly wages but the Gunners hierarchy are not willing to offer him such steep deal.

Though talks are still ongoing between both parties, reports are suggesting that Juventus are set to join the race for his signature.

According to Italian publication Calciomercato, Ramsey is being tracked by Massimiliano Allegri and he could be lured to the Turin outfits in the next transfer market.

Juventus are willing to discuss with the player’s representative over a possible switch to the Scudetto Champions in January.

The Daily Star also confirm Allegri’s interest in Ramsey’s service but they claimed Juve are not ready to pay big for his signature when the winter transfer market reopens.

The British media further revealed that ex-Arsenal CEO Ivan Gazidis is coy on taking the Welshman to AC Milan in January.

Gazidis, who resigned from being the club’s executive officer last week, is hoping to bolster the San Siro outfits in January and he wants the midfielder in his team in the second half of the season.

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