Juventus boss, Max Allegri, has suggested the Italian champions do not need Aaron Ramsey.
The Arsenal midfielder has been in talks over a move to Turin with his contract expiring at the end of the season.
Reports this week suggested that he will undergo a medical on Sunday before agreeing a deal to take him to Juventus on a free this summer.
But speaking ahead of his side’s Coppa Italia clash with Bologna, Allegri appeared to raise doubts over a move for Ramsey.
“I can already rely on five top midfielders. They are so good that I need nobody.
“Tomorrow we must maintain our focus or we’d have lost a target,” Allegri said according to the UK Mirror.
Ramsey is likely to be involved for Arsenal against West Ham on Saturday despite increased speculation over his future.