Aaron Ramsey will reportedly undergo a medical in Turin on Sunday despite reports in England that he has not committed to Juventus.

ST ALBANS, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 09: Arron Ramsey is presented with his Carling Goal of the Month Award for October at London Colney on November 9, 2018 in St Albans, England. (Photo by Marc Atkins/Getty Images)
ST ALBANS, ENGLAND – NOVEMBER 09: Arron Ramsey is presented with his Carling Goal of the Month Award for October at London Colney on November 9, 2018 in St Albans, England. (Photo by Marc Atkins/Getty Images)

Depending on where you do your reading, you will have a very different feel for the story that is developing. If you stick to English journalists, they will mostly tell you that nothing is decided and that Ramsey’s camp are still weighing up his options.

Hope across to Italy and it’s a done deal, Ramsey is a Juve player and that’s all there is to it.

In Spain, they are reporting that Arsenal are trying to get Barcelona interested in Ramsey so they can use him as a bargaining chip to land Denis Suarez who they want but can’t afford.

Still with me?

A throwaway line in the Spanish report, which has been compiled from English and Italian reports, says Ramsey could even undergo his medical in Italy on Sunday, the day after Arsenal play West Ham, with an official announcement to follow.

I wouldn’t trust that last bit. I’d be surprised if we got confirmation before the end of the season. When Juve were signing Emre Can from Liverpool they kept denying it until the end of the campaign even though the deal had been signed months previously.

If Aaron Ramsey does not end up as a Juventus player, however, I will eat my proverbial hat, no matter what journalists in England are saying.

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