The Wales international has now reportedly agreed terms with the Old Lady after contract talks in north London broke down.
It’s thought Ramsey has agreed a five-year deal at the Serie A champions worth around £140,000 a week.
Ramsey – who has been strutting his stuff in north London for a decade – will be give a starting berth in the Juve midfield.
However, according to transfer expert Gianluca Di Marzio, he won’t be the only high-profile arrival.
Massimiliano Allegri is similarly keen to snare Los Blancos playmaker Isco.
The Spaniard has had a tortuous few months at the Bernabeu and is seemingly deemed surplus to requirements.
Santiago Solari doesn’t fancy him but La Liga guru Guillem Balague says it would be a wretch for Isco to leave.
“Isco is an interesting one because Isco doesn’t want to leave,” he told the GB Transfer Podcast.
“It’s as simple as that, he’s now waiting for Solari to go and see what the next manager thinks.
“He didn’t have any intention to go and was not wanted by Manchester City when they were linked to him, under Pellegrini yes, but not under Pep Guardiola.”
Isco toed the line last month and publicly proclaimed he had no intention of leaving the Spanish capital.
“I’m really excited about the New Year,” he said.
“I’m not going to leave in the transfer window.
“I am really happy. Of course I want to continue at Madrid to keep winning titles.”
Real are in dire straits this season.
They currently sit in fifth place and Solari is under severe pressure.
Rumours have been rife that Jose Mourinho will drafted in to steady the ship.
Journalist Neil Custis claims Florentino Perez is already making overtures.
He told talkSPORT: “He’s been offered about four jobs, one of which was Benfica, but also Real Madrid have made contact with his camp about how he feels about a return to the Bernabeu.
“Obviously Real are struggling, 5th I think they are – 10 points behind Barca and are on their second manager of the year.
“The president there, [Florentino] Perez, has remained friends with Mourinho even after he left the last time.
“He didn’t want him to go, player power behind the scenes made him go.
“But he was a very successful manager at Real Madrid.
“You know, to overcome that Pep Guardiola team – to win La Liga – was something special.”