Juventus welcome Aaron Ramsey to Turin as midfielder watches new club take on Atalanta in final Serie A home match of the season
- Aaron Ramsey is in Turin as Juventus look to bring an end to the Serie A season
- The Arsenal midfielder has already agreed to join the Italian giants in summer
- Juventus have won the Italian top flight title for the eighth season in succession
- The match is the final one under manager Massimiliano Allegri, who is leaving
The Arsenal man has already agreed to move to join the Italian giants, and will switch allegiances following the end of the current campaign.
With his season curtailed early due to injury, Ramsey featured as a guest of Juve as they prepared to finish their title-winning season off on a high.
Juventus have welcomed Aaron Ramsey to Turin for their final home game of the season
The midfielder took his seat in the player’s boxes as he waited for the match to get started
Ramsey was asked for a photo before the match, with fans keen to meet the new Juve star
The Old Lady have already been confirmed champions, winning the Serie A title for the eight consecutive season.
Ramsey took his seat for what is a special occasion on several counts, with a series of era-defining moments.
Despite currently being in the middle of a holiday, Ramsey is also believed to soon be breaking off his plans in order to travel to Baku and watch Arsenal face Chelsea in the Europa League final.
Ramsey was ruled out of a fairytale goodbye for Arsenal after tearing his hamstring against Napoli in the quarter-final second leg of the European competition.
Despite missing out on the final on May 29, he was though given an emotional send off at Arsenal’s final home game of the season against Brighton earlier this month.
The fixture is the last home tie for manager Massimiliano Allegri, who has announced he will be leaving the club.
Juve stalwart Andrea Barzagli is also playing his last match in the famous white and black stripes, after coming to the end of his deal with the club.