Former Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny has sent a welcome message to Aaron Ramsey with a dig at the Gunners Premier league title drought, according to the Mirror.
Ramsey signed a big money contract with Juventus which would see him join them in the summer on a free transfer when his contract expires.
He will be reuniting with former team mate, Szczesny with whom he spent six years at the Emirates before the Polish international moved on loan in 2015 to Roma.
The goalkeeper spent two years in Rome before being sold permanently to Juventus after falling out of favour with Arsene Wenger and failing to usurp Petr Cech from the starting lineup.
Szczesny now no 1 at Juventus on Monday, welcomed Aaron Ramsey on social media and also took a shot at the Gunners.
“Welcome to Juve family. Get yourself ready for hard work. The next few years is all about winning!
“PS. What’s my comission [sic].“
His comment which might be innocuous, is certain not to go down well with Arsenal fans, as the club has failed to deliver the Premier league title since 2004, much to the frustration of their fans.
The Gunners have won three FA Cups in recent times, but that has failed to appease their fans who are frustrated at their inability to challenge for the league title since they left Highbury.
Juventus on the other hand are looking set to win their eight consecutive Scudetto and have reached two Champions league finals in four years.
Ramsey will be leaving Arsenal after 11 years since signing for them from Cardiff as a 16-year-old in a £4.8 million deal.
He penned an emotional letter to the fans following the official announcement of the deal, and vowed to give his all until his departure.
“I wanted to issue a personal statement for all the Arsenal fans wh have been extremely loyal and supportive.
“You welcomed me as a teenager and have been there for me through all the highs and lows I’ve encountered during my time at the club.
“It is with a heavy heart that I leave after 11 incredible years in North London. Thank you.
“I will continue to give the team 100 per cent and hope to finish the season strongly, before heading on to my next chapter in Turin.“