Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey yet to sign Juventus pre-contract agreement?

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Emery will be under pressure to mount a formidable cup run, having gone out to Tottenham in the Carabao Cup, while they're Premier League title hopes are non-existent.

Arsenal take on Blackpool at Bloomfield Road on Saturday in the FA Cup 3rd Round tie.

"Unfortunately I didn't get any game time, but I thought the lads on the day were terrific".

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Ramsey and the Gunners have failed to advance in contract talks and it seems that Juventus are ready to pounce in and give Ramsey a shot in the Serie A.

Arsenal are closing in on signing Denis Suárez from Barcelona as the Gunners look to replace Aaron Ramsey, who is set to leave for Juventus at the end of the season. "We've already played them away so it's great that we've got them at home".

Ramsey has made 14 starts and 11 substitute appearances in all competitions this season.

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Ramsey joined Arsenal from Cardiff in 2008 and has won the FA Cup on three occasions - scoring the decisive goal in two finals.

Juventus quickly emerged as contenders for the Welshman's signature, and it has been reported that the Italian champions have offered the 27-year-old a salary of £5m per year.

"We'll need to play really well and maybe they'll need to be off it a little bit".

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"I've had to bide my time because the lads were doing very well when I was out, there were some really good results. Hopefully we can stick with the play-off pack".

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