That is according to ESPN FC pundit Steve Nicol, who says that the Wales international will have to prove his worth with the Serie A champions.
There will be high expectations for the midfielder, who signed a pre-contract agreement back in February in a deal that will earn him more than £400,000 a week.
But with the wealth of talent at the club, especially in the midfield area, many are unsure whether he will be allocated much playing time in Turin.
As well as Ramsey, Juve have Blaise Matuidi, Rodrigo Bentancur, Adrien Rabiot, Emre Can, and Miralem Pjanic to call upon in the same position.
Nicol thinks that Ramsey is talented enough to force his way into the starting eleven but says he might have to work his way in.
“I don’t think he can go there and expect to get in that starting eleven,” Nicol told ESPN FC.
“The only way he goes there and plays if he plays his way into that team with the opportunities that he will no question get.
“I don’t think he can go there and expect to get in that starting eleven”
“Now, at his best he could absolutely get in that starting eleven but he is absolutely coming in behind the eight ball so he is going to have to work his way in.”
European football journalist Julien Laurens agrees that the new-look Juve midfield will not be easy to break into.
“I think so because the competition in that Juventus midfield is going to be incredible if you think about it,” added Laurens.
“Maurizio Sarri is going to play his preferred 4-3-3 formation with most probably Pjanic in the holding role and then for the two other midfielders it is anybody guess.
“It will probably be two from Matuidi, Bentancur, Ramsey, Rabiot, and Emre Can, so you can just imagine.
“You would think that some of the five are not going to play much.”
Juventus are looking to win an incredible ninth successive Serie A title next season.
What they really crave though is to win a first Champions League title since 1996.