Arsenal are ready to make a third bid for Sheffield United goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale.
The Sheffield Star says the north London club saw two bids rejected by Sheffield United earlier this summer, with the Blades said to be holding out for around £30million.
However, Arsenal have not given up hope of landing Ramsdale and will shortly launch a third bid for his services.
The report claims that such an offer could open up the possibility of a part-exchange deal, with United potentially able to secure one of Arsenal’s talented young players on a temporary basis.
Despite manager Mikel Arteta’s optimism, it seems as though a successful move for Ramsdale could be difficult to engineer with his current employers standing firm in their uncompromising stance.
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