- Aaron Ramsey joined the Juventus football side as a free agent last summer
- The Welshman exhausted his contract at Arsenal and walked out of the club unbothered
- The midfielder has now revealed that Ronaldo helped him settle down faster at his current club
Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey has opened up on the role Cristiano Ronaldo played in helping him settle down quickly after joining the club.
The 29-year-old Welshman joined the Old Lady from Arsenal on a free transfer from Premier League side Arsenal last summer.
Briefly.co.za learned that having sealed a five-year deal with the Allianz Stadium outfit last August, the attacker has scored four goals and one assist in 24 appearances across competitions so far.
However, the former Gunners star revealed that he was given a warm welcome by the five-time Ballon d' Or winner after his first training session with the Turin giants.
Ramsey told The Sun: "He's a great person as well as an unbelievable player and one of the best in history.
"For example, the first time I had a training session at the club, I went into the canteen and he said, "Come and sit by me."
"We just started talking immediately and he made me feel at ease straight away as did the rest of the team.
"That's a little insight into the sort of guy he is. I don't need to tell you about his footballing ability or the records he has but I can tell you that he's a great guy, he loves his team-mates and he gives everything in training."
Having missed out of winning the league titles while at Arsenal, Ramsey could finally achieve his aim this season with Juve as they are could emerge Serie A champions again.
Meanwhile, he will have to wait until the topflight resumes after the deadly coronavirus pandemic ravaging the world. He has also revealed that he is could rejoin Cardiff City after his stay in Turin.
Ramsey added on his own Instagram Live: "Cardiff will always hold a special place in my heart. Who knows what the future may hold? So yes, why not?
"I grew up and started my career there and they helped me become a professional footballer so why not?"
Briefly.co.za earlier reported that the competition between Lionel Messi and his greatest rival Cristiano Ronaldo seems to have left the pitch for their living rooms.
Both superstars can afford virtually anything they want to make their lives comfortable owing to how much they have made playing football during their careers.
The Argentine earns €8.3 million gross per month as compared to his Portuguese counterpart, who earns €4.5 million.
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