Ramsey, an ex-Arsenal player, has signed with Nice following his departure from Juventus.

Nice have completed the signing of former Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey. Ramsey’s departure comes following a split with Juventus, with the clubs electing to part ways by terminating the player’s contract.

Wales’ star will now continue his career in Ligue 1 ahead of his country’s World Cup appearance later this year.

Ramsey, like Nice, has been linked with a transfer to MLS in recent times.
Charlotte FC allegedly made an offer for Ramsey, but he finally chose not to follow his countryman Gareth Bale to MLS.

Ramsey played a half-season on loan at Rangers, where he helped the Scottish club reach the Europa League final before missing a critical penalty in the shootout loss to Eintracht Frankfurt.

Ramsey signed a four-year contract with Juventus in February 2019, and made his debut in September of same year.

However, he was never able to recreate his Arsenal form in Turin. Ramsey appeared in just 70 games during his three-year tenure in Italy.

He was finally loaned out to Rangers in January, where he scored two goals in 13 games.

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