The Wales international, who opened the scoring during Saturday’s north London derby, will leave the Gunners in the summer on a lucrative free transfer that will reportedly see him earn £400,000-a-week.
Adams, the most successful captain in the club’s history, however, believes Ramsey is making a mistake in choosing to call time on a decade of service which has seen him score two FA Cup final winning goals.
‘It’s a different game and a different club to the one I left in 2002,’ Adams told Sky Sports.
Former Arsenal captain Tony Adams doesn’t quite see the appeal of Turin to the outgoing Aaron Ramsey…➡?? pic.twitter.com/TjtcwlDgLU
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‘We would be challenging the Juventus players they would be singing for us.
‘Aaron Ramsey is too good to let go and not be an Arsenal player forever.
‘To be fair why would you go to Juventus anyway they are a smaller club than Arsenal.
‘That’s the way I’ve always felt about the Arsenal but other people think differently.’