Ramsey couldn't say no to Juve

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Published on July 15, 2019 - Duration: 01:23s
New Juventus signing Aaron Ramsey speaks of the challenge of moving to Italy.
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Ramsey couldn't say no to Juve

SHOWS: TURIN, ITALY (JULY 15, 2019) (ESTE NEWS - ACCESS ALL) 1.

(SOUNDBITE) (English) JUVENTUS MIDFIELDER, AARON RAMSEY, SAYING: "When I knew that Juventus was interested, you know, I couldn't refuse that.

You know, it's a great club, one of the biggest in the world and to have that opportunity to come here and to play for them, you know, is a dream to come and play at the top level and as well is a challenge for myself to come over, to experience a different way of life, a different culture and for me to take that in and embrace that and hopefully everything goes nicely over here." 2.

RAMSEY HOLDING HIS NEW SHIRT AND POSING FOR PHOTOGRAPHS WITH JUVENTUS CHIEF FOOTBALL OFFICER FABIO PARATICI 3.

(SOUNDBITE) (English) JUVENTUS MIDFIELDER, AARON RAMSEY, SPEAKING ABOUT JUVENTUS COACH MAURICIO SARRI, SAYING: "Yes, I think from what I saw last season here, he had a very good season at Chelsea, he got two finals, he won one of them and he finished in the top four.

That's not easy to do, so it was definitely a success for him there.

But hopefully he can bring his philosophy and style to this team and, like you said, winning and playing good football that is the ideal situation, but it's not the only way so hopefully this will be something that we can do and be really successful in doing this." STORY: New Juventus signing Aaron Ramsey on Monday (July 15) said joining Juventus was a dream but also a challenge.

Speaking at his first news conference, the Welsh midfielder said he was looking forward to embracing a new culture.

He joins the Italian giants from Arsenal, where his contract ran out in February after 11 seasons with the London side.

The 28-year-old is the third Welshman to play for the Turin side after John Charles, who played for them from 1957 to 1962, and Ian Rush.

Ramsey also said he hoped new Juve coach Mauricio Sarri would bring with him the success and style which marked his time at Chelsea.

(Production: Fabiano Franchitti)

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