Arsenal manager, Unai Emery has urged midfielder, Aaron Ramsey to remain fully focused on the club in the coming months amidst interest from Juventus.
Ramsey's current deal with Arsenal expires at the end of the season and the player is set to leave the Emirates, after the Gunners withdrew their offer of a new contract.
The 28-year-old has drawn interest from Juventus in recent weeks, with reports suggesting this morning that the Welsh international has agreed to a five-year pre-contract with the Serie A champions.
Emery, who admits that Ramsey is free to move where he likes at the end of the season, wants the midfielder to give his hundred per cent for Arsenal every day at training.
Asked about reported talks between Ramsey and Juventus, Emery was quoted by Metro UK as saying: "I don't know.
"I want his focus every day with us on training and thinking for the next match, which is against Blackpool. I am looking at him and he's very concentrated with us now.
"On Tuesday, he scored when he played 15 minutes, and he gave a good performance. I want that from him, and also he needs to look at his future.
"But I want him in the present with us. At the end of the season is the moment he can go to one team or another team."
Arsenal will tackle Blackpool on Saturday evening in the FA Cup fixture.