Report: Juventus confident in signing Ramsey in summer, could let Khedira leave
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Aaron Ramsey's future is a hot topic right now, and one club appears to believe it's leading the chase for his signature.

Juventus feel they are close to agreeing to a deal to sign the 28-year-old upon the expiration of his Arsenal contract, according to The Guardian's Fabrizio Romano and Ed Aarons.

The duo reports the Bianconeri have offered Ramsey a five-year package worth €6.5 million (£5.9 million) per year and that the club is confident the proposal will quash interest from other European giants; a report earlier this week linked the Welshman to the likes of Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Inter, and Paris Saint-Germain.

The Italian champions have reportedly inquired with the Gunners about paying a fee to acquire Ramsey in the January window, but the north London side are not keen to sanction the midfielder's early exit.

Italian reports have suggested Juve could allow experienced midfielder Sami Khedira to leave as a makeweight in a bid to bring any deal forward to this month, Romano and Aarons added. The 31-year-old only signed a new contract in Turin in September but is reportedly seen as dispensable by club staff.

Amid constant speculation over his future, Ramsey has registered three goals and six assists in 24 games for the Gunners this season, giving him over 350 total appearances for the club. He came off the bench to score in Tuesday's 4-1 win over Fulham.

Report: Juventus confident in signing Ramsey in summer, could let Khedira leave
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