‘We’re finished’, ‘Please don’t’: Some Tottenham fans unamused with to links with 23-year-old
Tottenham links are emerging naming Sheffield United’s Aaron Ramsdale as a possible target for them – and some Spurs fans on Twitter are not happy with the transfer speculation.
According to the Daily Mail, managerless Spurs are looking at the goalkeeper from relegated Sheffield United.
It is understood that the 23-year-old is now being monitored by Spurs and Wolverhampton Wanderers, with both searching for a new shot-stopper.
Additionally, he’s someone that may succeed Spurs captain Hugo Lloris.
Tottenham fans unamused by Aaron Ramsdale rumours
If you look at Sheffield United finishing bottom of the league table, you’d think there is no point considering Ramsdale. However, he’s a promising young English talent.
The goalkeeper finished the Premier League season with a 67.9 per cent save percentage, which places him ninth in the division table alongside his fellow shot-stoppers. Meanwhile, Lloris was fifth with a 71.5 per cent save ratio.
Aged 23, he’s still in the very early stages of his career. It’s impressive how much senior experience he has already though, so it’s certainly easy to imagine him at a bigger club further down the line.
Spurs are reportedly looking for a new goalkeeper because veteran 34-year-old Lloris is in the final year of his contract. If he does exit, it will leave a massive gap.
Firstly, Lloris has been the trusted number one since he joined in 2012, making 373 appearances in that time. Secondly, he’s one of the few true leaders within the current dressing room. Finally, he’s a figure that the defence in front of him fully trust.
Here are some Spurs fans discussing Ramsdale:
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