Arsenal misfit Aaron Ramsdale responds to reports he’s agreed to join Newcastle

Rumors that Aaron Ramsdale has agreed to join Newcastle in the summer transfer window have been refuted by the player.

After signing a £24 million contract to join Arsenal from Sheffield United in 2021, Ramsdale appeared in 78 games during his first two seasons in north London, appearing to have cemented his position as the team’s top player.

Ramsdale’s future at the team was called into question by David Raya’s arrival from Brentford on loan, and Mikel Arteta has only allowed the England international to play in six Premier League games so far this season.

Raya is anticipated to become a permanent member of Arsenal in the summer, and there are rumors circulating that the Gunners are open to receiving offers for Ramsdale, who still has two years left on his current deal.

Ramsdale has long been admired by Chelsea, who have been closely monitoring the situation. This season, Mauricio Pochettino has alternated between Dorde Petrovic and Robert Sanchez in goal.

Speaking on Highbury Squad, James Green of Sky Sports asserted that the out-of-favor shot-stopper had reached an agreement with Newcastle regarding a possible move to St. James’ Park.

“I understand and I learned straight from the player’s agent that one of our players is heading to Newcastle and that a deal has been agreed upon,” he remarked.

According to what I understand, Aaron Ramsdale has committed to joining Newcastle in the upcoming summer.

“That came straight from talking to a close friend of mine who is close to his agent, and he says it’s done.”

“A deal is in the making.”

On Friday night, Ramsdale took to Twitter to refute rumors that he had reached an agreement with Eddie Howe’s Magpies, but it appears that he has rejected the most recent rumors.

He posted on X, the former Twitter platform, saying to his followers, “News to me [laughing emoji].”

Fans of Arsenal are divided over Arteta’s treatment of Ramsdale, and Jens Lehmann, who played for Arsene Wenger’s illustrious Invincibles squad, says he “never understood” why the Englishman fell so quickly in the hierarchy.

I was never able to comprehend the Ramsdale ruling. The Daily Mail was informed last month by the former goalkeeper for Germany and Arsenal.

“It just doesn’t make sense to bring in a Spanish player who has never played for a major club at that level when you have a brave and capable English goalkeeper at a major English club who is performing well.”

The most crucial position on the team is that of the keeper. It’s not easy at that age, so I’m not sure how I would respond if I were Ramsdale. As you get older, things change.

David Seaman, on the other hand, believes that Ramsdale needs to leave Arsenal for the sake of his career and mentions West Ham and Chelsea as potential destinations for the 26-year-old.

“Being a number two is not going to develop in you.” He stated on the Seaman Says podcast, “You’re going to fall behind in the pecking order because other goalkeepers will start playing.”

I really don’t want Aaron Ramsdale to leave Arsenal as a fan. However, as a former England goalkeeper, I would prefer to watch another keeper grow.

Upon closer inspection, I believe he would have a better chance of making the first team if he went to a place like Chelsea. I believe he would fit in with a few teams, possibly even West Ham.


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