The Sun reporter Alan Nixon has revealed that Sheffield United goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale hopes to leave the club before the transfer window closes.
The 23-year-old has been highly attracted by Premier League club Arsenal. He is who have struggled in recent times to bring him to the team. But the problem of the cost that was set up to 30 million pounds, causing the “big guns” team to withdraw.
However, Ramsdale’s dream of moving to the Emirates Stadium is not over. With Nixon revealing that the player is still hopeful of a possible transfer.
“Sheffield United’s Ramsdale is very keen to move to Arsenal. He is trying hard to move, the club can’t handle the price he wants to play in the Premier League. This could escalate,” Nixon posted on his personal Twitter account.
Meanwhile, Slavisa Jokanovic, the new coach of the “Double Sword”, hopes to keep Ramsdale in the game to fight back to the Premier League.
For Ramsdale, they kept five clean sheets in 38 Premier League games last season. But can’t help the team survive relegation. In this season, he started the team in both matches in the Championship.