Arsenal locked the Ramsdale as first target. Arsenal are reportedly still locked in for Sheffield United goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale as their number one choice to add to the squad, according to Sky Sports.
The manager Mikel Arteta still wants to improve defensively Especially the position of the goalkeeper. Because Bernd Leno, the German goalkeeper, often makes a simple mistake. Until leading the team to lose goals that should not be many times.
The Aesenal team have been chasing Ramsdale since the start of this summer. But both of their proposals were all rejected by Twin Swords.
Sky Sports recently reported that Ramsdale, 23, remains Arsenal’s number one target as a goalkeeper. And now the two teams are still in negotiations. However, there was still a problem in that the price gap between Cannons and Dual Swords was still quite wide.
Arsenal remain hopeful they can agree a price with Sheffield United and if Ramsdale is acquired. They will allow Icelandic goalkeeper Alex Runarsson to leave.
Ramsdale, who builds on from England Under-18s to Under-21s. He moved from relegated Bournemouth to Sheffield United last summer in a £18.5m deal.
He was part of the England squad at Euro 2020 reaching the final. But still never played for the roaring lions, a big set, not even a single game.