Aaron Ramsey has opened up on life at Juventus and insists the ‘dominant’ club are getting better and better under the stewardship of Maurizio Sarri.
Speaking to the BBC, he said of his new adventure: ‘It has been great so far. There have been new ideas and new information which we are working hard to try to put into practice.
Aaron Ramsey is settling into life at Juventus and has been full of praise for his new club
Ramsey has started both of Juve’s last two league matches and is aware of the club’s stature
‘At times it hasn’t worked as well as we would have liked, but in other parts it really has. We are slowly getting better in terms of what he wants to implement and understanding our roles and responsibilities more.’
Ramsey is well aware of Juventus’ standing in Italian football, and knows that anything less than first place is not going to be acceptable this season.
‘This club has been so good and so dominant for so long,’ he notes. ‘We know other teams have improved and are trying to knock us off top spot. But this place is all about winning and that is what we are striving for.’
So far this season, Juventus have played second fiddle to Inter Milan, and are two points off the top having slipped up in one game – a draw with Fiorentina.
Ramsey was an unused substitute in that game, but has started Juve’s last two league games and is slowly working his way into the regular starting XI.
He also praised Maurizio Sarri, who he says the team are learning from and always improving
Juventus are currently just off the pace in Serie A and sit a point behind high-flying Inter Milan