Aaron Ramsey Signs £400k-a-Week Deal With Juventus

Aaron Ramsey £400-a-week wage at juventus

The season is not even over yet but there has been a completed deal at Arsenal for one of their highly influential players.

It is Aaron Ramsey that has signed a contract that will earn him a £400-000-a-week wage at Juventus. The deal is a pre-contract agreement that will take effect at the end of the present campaign.

Efforts to extend the Welshman's stay at the Emirates were withdrawn last year opening the door for prospective suitors. The club had initially begun talks with the representatives of the midfielder but later withdrew for reasons best known to the parties involved in the negotiation.

Juventus showed interest and in fact, wanted him to join them during the winter but the Gunners preferred to let him go once his current deal runs out meaning they won't get anything from his departure - he will be leaving for free.

It is understood that other top European clubs made approaches which the 28-year-old turned down in order to join the Italian giants.

The four-year contract he has signed will make him the highest paid British player in history based on basic salary.

Ramsey will seize to be an Arsenal employee on June 30, 2019, putting an end to his 11-year reign at the North London club.

Arsenal have applauded him for his contributions to the success of the club while also stating that he will forever be remembered for his exploits.

In like manner, the Wales international through his Instagram profile appreciated the fans for their unending support and vowed to give his all in the remaining time he has to spend with them.

He wrote: "You welcomed me as a teenager and have been there through all the highs and lows I've encountered during my time at the club.

"It is with a heavy heart that I leave after 11 incredible years. Thank you."

Ramsey's new pay would have put him on the highest paid footballers list had his transfer away from England been totally completed before last week. His monthly pay of £1.6 million is more than what Kylian Mbappe and Mesut Ozil who made ninth and tenth on the top earners' list respectively earn.

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