The Bianconeri will effectively capture Ramsey for nothing when his Arsenal contract expires, so BBC Sport's David Ornstein believes that helped his representatives negotiate a lucrative basic salary worth over £400,000 per week. Reports from Italy, however, suggest Ramsey will earn around €7 million per season, plus bonuses, which translates to roughly €140,000 per week.
The Welshman will officially conclude 11 years with Arsenal at the end of June, in time for when the four-year deal with his new employers begins on July 1.
Juventus' official statement reveals that the club will incur some costs for the transfer. Ramsey's registration costs €3.7 million and is scheduled to be paid before July 10. His mammoth wage may have been a tactic deployed by Juventus to ward off reported interest in the midfielder from Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain, Bayern Munich, Inter, and Real Madrid.
Ornstein understands Ramsey completed a two-part medical in late January after shunning a new Arsenal contract back in September. It's believed the Gunners didn't satisfy his salary demands during those discussions and that Ramsey was unhappy being unable to play an attack-minded No. 8 role in manager Unai Emery's starting XI.
Emery has instead regularly picked two deep-lying midfielders - usually two from Lucas Torreira, Matteo Guendouzi, and Granit Xhaka - with a No. 10 position, lessening Ramsey's opportunities to arrive late into the box and get on the end of chances.
Massimiliano Allegri often elects for a three-man midfield at Juventus. In that system, Ramsey appears to be a natural replacement for the dwindling physical capabilities of Sami Khedira.
Ramsey signed for Arsenal from Cardiff City in 2008 for around £4.8 million. He has since made 259 appearances for the Gunners, scoring 61 times. The 28-year-old has scored twice and assisted on six occasions in the current Premier League campaign despite being restricted to only nine starts.