Wolves are considering offering an escape route to Arsenal’s out-of-favour goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale by exploring the possibility of a January loan move.
Aaron Ramsdale lost his place in the starting lineup at Arsenal following the summer loan signing of David Raya from Brentford. Despite recently starting in a Premier League match against Brentford, ending a hiatus of over two months since his last game against Manchester United in September, Wolves are reportedly interested in securing Ramsdale on loan.
Wolves’ first-choice keeper, Jose Sa, has attracted interest from various Saudi Pro League clubs, and the team is open to letting him depart if a suitor meets his £35 million ($44.1 million) valuation. In the event of Sa’s potential departure in January, Wolves are reportedly considering pursuing Aaron Ramsdale. The arrangement will reportedly begin as a loan deal, with a mandatory option to purchase in the future.
Upon his reinstatement to the Gunners’ starting eleven, the 25-year-old keeper maintained a clean sheet as Arsenal secured a narrow 1-0 victory, propelling them to the top of the league table.
However, the player experienced some anxious moments, particularly in the first half when he was at risk of conceding a goal. Fortunately, Declan Rice came to the rescue, clearing Bryan Mbeumo’s shot from the goal line.