Dean Windass has predicted that Aaron Ramsdale would ‘jump at the chance’ to join Tottenham Hotspur if the opportunity arose.
Reports emerged last week suggesting that the Sheffield United goalkeeper was attracting significant interest from the Premier League with the Daily Mail reporting that Spurs and Wolves were both keen on a move.
The 23-year-old goalkeeper joined the Blades last summer for a fee of £18.5million meaning that the club could be set for a substantial profit following the Sheffield Star’s report that the recently-relegated side are hoping to attract £40million for the player.
Arsenal are another club who are said to be keen, with Football League World exclusively revealing that the Gunners are ‘increasingly confident’ of being able to strike a deal.
Tottenham are a club who are gearing up for a fresh start this summer with the North London side preparing for life under a new manager and that means that some fresh faces could be heading to the club, and according to Windass, Ramsdale would be foolish to turn down such an opportunity if it arose.
Speaking to Football Fancast, Windass said: “Lloris is coming to an end, depending on how he does for his country.
“Everyone wants to play in the Premier League and if somebody comes calling, you can’t turn it down.
“He’s done very well for Sheffield United, and I think he would jump at the chance.”
It’s hard to argue with Dean Windass’s verdict here.
Aaron Ramsdale is an excellent young goalkeeper and so it’s no surprise to see him being linked with clubs such as Arsenal and Tottenham.
Given that he’s currently involved with England at Euro 2020 it’s clear that he’s someone who could be a top player for club and country and so he’ll need to be playing in the top flight if he’s to sustain his international ambitions.
It’s obviously unclear whether he’ll make a move this summer but it’s certainly something that he must consider seriously.