​Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey has revealed that it was a proud moment for him when he made his debut for the Italian club, with manager Maurizio Sarri bringing him off the bench in a friendly win over Triestina.

Ramsey moved to Juventus from Arsenal on a free transfer after the London club chose not to renew his deal in the final year. The Welsh international was part of a plethora of players that the Italian club signed in the summer to achieve their target of winning the Champions League.

The midfielder was brought on as a substitute in a 1-0 win over Triestina ​and is set to play a crucial role in the season ahead for the Italian champions.

"I feel good. I have had a good rehab so hopefully now I can stay fit and healthy and help the team as much as I can," Ramsey said, according to Goal. "I am really excited to be a part of it [Italian football] and experience the Italian league. We start now on Saturday, so I am looking forward to that and playing my first competitive match. I am really looking forward to it. 

"This was a very proud moment for me to put on this famous jersey. I am happy that I got a few minutes out there tonight. I have been working hard to get back fit and hopefully now I can stay fit. I am naturally quite good physically."

Ramsey has been recovering from an injury he suffered in April while he was at Arsenal, but is now back to fitness. It is unlikely he will start in the opening game of the season against Parma, but could well come off the bench once again.