Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is set to hold talks with some of the biggest clubs in Europe, according to reports.
BBC Sport report Real Madrid, Inter Milan, Paris Saint-Germain, Bayern Munich and Juventus will all hold talks with Ramsey before he leaves the Emirates in the summer.
In recent weeks SunSport revealed Juventus, Bayern and PSG are leading the race for the midfielder.
According to reports Juventus have already offered Ramsey a bumper £138,000-a-week, four-year contract.
In November it was announced Arsenal had no intentions of renewing Ramsey’s contract as his decade long spell at the club looks set to end.
The news marked a major U-turn as in August Gunners boss Emery claimed Ramsey an “important player” who had the potential to become a future club captain.
However, speculation over Ramsey ’s wage bill demands have led to suggestions Arsenal would rather see the 28-year-old leave the club.
Ramsey has won three FA Cups while scoring 61 goals for Arsenal in 354 games.
Under former manager Arsene Wenger Ramsey made it public he did not wish to be deployed as a wideman.
However, under Emery the Welshman has enjoyed most of his 23 appearances this season in his preferred central role.
Ramsey has played 19 times in the league this season, though he has only managed to start eight games.
Summer signings Lucas Torriea and Mattéo Guendouzi along with Granit Xhaka have often been preferred in the starling 11 over Ramsey.