The Wales international will don the famous white and black strip once his Arsenal contract comes to an end in the summer
Tony Adams believes Arsenal are a bigger club than Juventus and questioned Aaron Ramsey’s decision to leave the Emirates.
Despite claims he was willing to extend his contract, the Wales international will leave north London in the summer upon the expiration of his Arsenal deal.
Unai Emery has been reluctant to use Ramsey given he is leaving in July, but the 28-year-old outlined his quality by scoring a fabulous goal in the north London derby on Saturday.
And Adams, who won two Premier League titles with the Gunners, does not understand why Ramsey would want to leave.
“It’s a different game and a different club to the one I left in 2002. We would be challenging and Juventus players would be signing for us,” he told Sky Sports News.
“Aaron Ramsey is too good to let go. Why would you go to Juventus anyway? They are a smaller club than Arsenal – that’s the way I’ve always felt about the Arsenal.
“Other people think differently, maybe he thinks Cardiff is bigger.”
Other Arsenal legends have chosen to vent their frustrations against the club, rather than the individual.
David Seaman admitted he was ‘fuming’ over the move and Alan Smith claimed he found the move ‘a bit galling’.