Juventus are considered are favourites to sign Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey, according to reports.
The Welshman is expected to leave the Gunners after 11 years this season, having failed to agree a new deal with the Premier League club.
Arsenal could cash in and sell their longest-serving player in January, although he is free to agree a pre-contract agreement with a new club next month and can leave for free in the summer.
It is claimed a host of elite European clubs are keen on Ramsey, including Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain.
But Juventus are thought to be in pole position to sign the 28-year-old.
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And, according to TuttoSport, the Italian champions are hoping to tempt him to Turin with an incredible £7million-a-year contract offer.
The reports in Italy claim the offer includes appearance-based incentives, with Juve offering a base salary of £5.8m, with the Welshman netting £6.3m if he plays half of the club’s matches.
He would then get a full £7m if he were to force his way into a regular first team spot alongside the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala, and feature in 70 per cent of the Serie A giants’ games.
Arsenal had offered Ramsey a new contract to stay at the club, but retracted it in the autumn.
He is apparently not in manager Unai Emery’s long- term plans, yet he has made 23 appearances for the Gunners so far this season, scoring two goals.