Arsenal facing competition from Premier League rivals for Ajax star

Arsenal is reportedly eyeing Ajax goalkeeper Diant Ramaj as a potential replacement for Aaron Ramsdale, who is expected to leave the Emirates at the end of the season. Ramsdale has lost his first-team place to David Raya and is keen on finding a new club.

While Arsenal was not inclined to let Ramsdale leave in the January transfer window, they are now open to his departure in the summer. As a replacement, Arsenal has identified Ramaj, who recently joined Ajax but has impressed with his performances for the Dutch club.

Despite Ramaj’s recent move to Ajax, his standout performances have caught the attention of Arsenal, who view him as a suitable replacement for Ramsdale. However, Arsenal faces competition from other Premier League clubs, with Chelsea and Manchester United also reportedly interested in securing the goalkeeper’s signature, as per a report on Metro Sport.

Just Arsenal Opinion

For these clubs to rival us for his signature, Ramaj must be a good player, and we should consider pushing to sign him.

However, his arrival depends on Ramsdale’s future, so we need to find a new home for the England goalie before replacing him at the end of the term.

Ramsdale may depart at a loss, or he might only find a team willing to take him on loan initially, so we have to prepare ourselves for that possibility.

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  1. I think this is a no no story. Why waste time and money s scouting for another goalkeeper, based on What ifs?

  2. I would like to know how ANYONE outside of the club would know that they are willing to let Ramsdale go?

    I try to keep up with all the official news coming out of the club and haven’t seen abtthjbg that backs up that statement.

    If it’s true, then I believe we are making a bad decision, but if it’s Ramsdale’s wish, who can blame him?

    One of MA’s errors, in my opinion,if it does happen.

    1. You won’t see anything official but Ramsdale’s agent will be in contact with other clubs indicating that he is willing to leave. He is under contract so it is up to Arsenal whether they let him leave. However a player who doesn’t want to be at the club can be a disruptive influence. Up until now I believe he has behaved impeccably but that won’t go on forever as quite rightly he has his own ambitions and is too good to be a back up. It would be best if Arsenal come to an agreement with him and then let him go in the summer. We may need him to be in the right frame of mind in the run in.

  3. That’s a different story then and ALL agents will be looking to make money from their players, but I maintain that The Arsenal have not officially indicated that Ramsdale is for sale.

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