Aaron Ramsey has put pen to paper on his Juventus deal to join the club at the end of the campaign.
According to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, the Wales international has signed his contract and will officially become a Juventus player next summer transfer window.
Fabrizio Romano claims that Aaron Ramsey completed his medical last week and the deal is now finished.
Aaron Ramsey is out of contract with the Gunners at the end of the season and was free to speak to foreign sides to agree a pre-contract this month, which he has now signed with Turin giants.
The Gunners decided against handing Aaron Ramsey a new deal, and the Welshman will now leave the club after 11 years.
The 28-year-old midfielder has made over 350 appearances for Emirates outfit since his move from Cardiff City back in 2008.
The attacker was set to sign the new contract with the club, but suddenly Unai Emery decided to withdraw the deal and left the midfielder empty-handed after which Bayern Munich and Juventus entered the race for the out-of-favour Welshman.
Arsenal’s local rivals Chelsea and Manchester United were linked with £50 million bids for Aaron Ramsey.