Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is reportedly set to make a move away from the Emirates at the end of the season.

The Wales international, whose contract with the Gunners is due to expire next summer, is recently said to have accepted talks with the club over a contract extension.

However, according to reports, Arsenal chiefs already removed their contract offer with the club are not able to meet the midfielder’s demands.

Last week, Arsenal legendary manager Arsene Wenger has told Ramsey to consider Paris Saint-Germain move.

But The Sun suggests that Juventus are prepared to make the 27-year-old move ahead of any other European side.

Bayern Munich, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United have also been linked with the central midfielder, although, Juventus are now believed to be in pole position.

Meanwhile, Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs, who is currently managing Ramsey in Wales national team, is confident that the former Cardiff star will make an impact at any club in Europe.

“He’s one of those players that, if he plays a full season, will get 10-15 goals from midfield and that’s a very attractive player to have in any side,” Giggs said.

“He’s friends with Gareth Bale so obviously he’ll be able to tell him what it’s like to play abroad.”

“Aaron’s certainly got the talent to play anywhere in Europe but that will totally be his decision.”

“As long as he’s playing regular football, that’s all I really care about.”

“Of course you want your players settled. But from my point of view, it’s just a case of him playing regularly. That’s all you want as an international manager.”

“Wherever that may be is obviously out of my hands but I just want him playing.”

Ramsey joined the Gunners in 2008 from Cardiff City and has since scored 59 times in 343 appearances.

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