Arsenal demanding £50 million to sell Aaron Ramsdale

Arsenal are reportedly looking to sell Aaron Ramsdale this summer, and they will demand a whopping fee of £50 million for him.

The 26-year-old has not been a key player for them this past season and they are looking to get rid of the English goalkeeper. However, a report from The Sun has claimed that they will demand a premium for the goalkeeper, and it will be interesting to see if any club is willing to pay up.

Arsenal are already looking at Dan Bentley as a potential replacement, and it will be interesting to see if they can sell Ramsdale before the window closes. They might have to lower their demands for the move to go through.

While there is no doubt that the 26-year-old is a quality goalkeeper, he is certainly not worth £50 million, especially when he is unwanted at the North London club. Arsenal will have to be realistic with their demands for the player.

The goalkeeper will hope to seal a permanent exit from Arsenal in the coming weeks. He will look to play regularly at this stage of his career, and it will be interesting to see if he can join club capable of pushing for trophies.

There is no doubt that Ramsdale is a reliable performer in the English top flight, and he could prove to be a quality acquisition for most clubs for the right price. He has been linked with high-profile clubs like AC Milan.

Arsenal need to raise funds through sales

Arsenal need to improve their squad this summer to compete with Manchester City for the league title once again, and selling Ramsdale for a substantial amount of money will help them improve the team. However, expecting £50 million is quite unrealistic.

Arsenal are under pressure to sell the player, and the out-of-favour goalkeeper is angling for a move away from the club as well. It will not be a surprise if clubs try to sign him for a knockdown price this summer. It will be interesting to see how the situation develops.

Ramsdale will certainly hope that Arsenal can find a suitable destination for him in the coming weeks so that he can put his Emirates nightmare behind himself and focus on his football once again.

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