Aaron Ramsey will leave Arsenal on a free transfer this summer and will resist any overtures to move in January.
Former Wales manager John Toshack has urged Aaron Ramsey to sign with Juventus. Yes, he has been involved on a regular basis this season, but Ramsey has started less than half of Arsenal's Premier League games, and he is definitely not one of Emery's A-listers. Benatia initially signed on loan from Bayern Munich in 2016, before making a permanent move to Juventus. He is still an Arsenal player and we certainly are not the only ones who pay attention to transfers.
Arsenal will tackle Blackpool on Saturday evening in the FA Cup fixture.
Juve could well turn down that proposal as they still see the Moroccan worldwide as a useful squad player, but it does appear to be a given that Ramsey will be heading to Turin and become the club's third highest-paid player after Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala.
Navas has signed a one-year contract extension with Real that could keep him at the club until 2021.
Emery is very curious to strengthen Arsenal back-line.
"His contract is expiring and we're always alerted to situations that the market offers, so we've also been alerted to Ramsey". "I am just waiting for him to be OK to play but this morning he did not train with us".
That's the sort of figure Ramsey was looking to earn if he stayed at Arsenal. Juventus are the preferred choice of the player and have expressed interest in the deal.