Former Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey put on a masterclass for Juventus on Sunday.
The Italian giants thumped Sampdoria 3-0 in Turin and although the ex-Gunners midfielder wasn’t among the goals, he did play a huge role in the victory.
Ramsey, who left Arsenal on a Bosman last summer, produced a fine box-to-box performance.
The Wales international managed five ball recoveries and won more tackles  than any other player on the field.
In addition to that, the linked-away star created six goalscoring chances and bagged an assist late on when his clever pass released Ronaldo, who fired home their side’s third of the night.
All in all, it was a complete performance by Ramsey – and some Arsenal fans believe it could even help them land Houssem Aouar.
It seems to be the North Londoners versus Juve in the race to sign the Lyon midfielder [Calciomercato].
And some Gunners supporters believe that the Italians might now bow out of the race after Ramsey – who plays in a similar position – dazzled.
Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas revealed at the weekend that he didn’t believe Arsenal could afford the £44 million-rated Frenchman [Goal].
And at the moment they probably can’t, but with a few sales then maybe, just maybe, the Emirates Stadium club could fund the deal.