The Chilean could go up against his former Arsenal team-mate if selected for Sunday’s clash
Aaron Ramsey warned Juventus need to be wary of the threat posed by his former Arsenal team-mate Alexis Sanchez when the Italian champions face Inter on Sunday.
Ramsey scored his first goal since his move from Arsenal to Juventus a week earlier, netting the Bianconeri’s equaliser in a 2-1 win over Verona, and he said his side are braced for a tough challenge against the league leaders this weekend.
“Inter have improved this season,” Ramsey told BBC Sport.
“Antonio Conte has got them really organised and they have yet to drop any points. It is going to be difficult.
“They have some great players, including one I know very well from my time at Arsenal. We will have to be aware of him and the other players they have and be really on top of our game to get the result we want.”
“It has been great so far,” said Ramsey when asked about working under the former Chelsea coach.
“There have been new ideas and new information, which we are working hard to try to put into practice. 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.
“This club has been so good and so dominant for so long. 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.”