Mikel Arteta’s future plans are hinted at by Arsenal’s transfer attempt for Aaron Ramsdale.
Last season, Sheffield United relegated Aaron Ramsdale, and Arsenal reportedly had two bids for the goalie rejected.
Mikel Arteta is eager to get the most out of his money this summer, with rumors suggesting Arsenal is keen to complete a deal for Aaron Ramsdale. In order to stretch this summer’s transfer budget, the Gunners’ last offer for Ramsdale was rumored to be in installments.
Arsenal’s two bids for Sheffield United goalkeeper David Ramsdale have been rejected, with the Blades asking around £32 million for the 23-year-old.
Bernd Leno, who maintained 11 clean sheets in 35 Premier League appearances last season, is ready for some competition.
Despite this, the German struggled at times as the north Londoners finished in seventh place.
Last season, Mat Ryan served as Leno’s backup, but after the Australian goalkeeper joined Real Sociedad, they are hoping to add someone who can challenge Leno for the No. 1 slot.
Arsenal will have spent £72 million on three players this summer if their move for Brighton defender Ben White goes through as planned.
As soon as he passes his medical, White is set to join for £50 million next week.
Nuno Tavares, a left-back, joined the club for £7 million from Benfica, while Albert Sambi Lokonga, a centre-midfielder, came for £15 million from Anderlecht.
According to sources, Arteta wants to enhance his team even more in summer, although that will be financed in part by the sale of superfluous squad players.
According to the New York Times, Granit Xhaka, Hector Bellerin, Sead Kolasinac, Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Lucas Torreira, and Eddie Nketiah might all be sold this summer to bankroll the acquisition of new players.
For some time, Xhaka has been linked with a move to Jose Mourinho’s Roma, while Bellerin, who has been with Arsenal for nearly a decade, has been associated with a number of major European clubs.
Maitland-Niles was linked with Manchester United early in the transfer window.
Leicester and Crystal Palace are thought to be keeping an eye on the talented youngster.
After Martin Odegaard’s loan ended at the end of the season, the Gunners are still looking for a new No 10.
Odegaard, who was on loan from Real Madrid for six months, appears to be staying in Spain and will not be returning. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”