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Arsenal set asking price to sell Ramsdale, want £40m plus add-ons

Arsenal want a guaranteed fee of £40 million to sell goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale this summer, according to the Sun.

The England international fell out of favour under manager Mikel Arteta following the arrival of David Raya on loan from Brentford last summer.

Raya had a solid Premier League campaign with 16 clean sheets, winning the Golden Glove award.

The Gunners are expected to sign him on a permanent deal by triggering his buy clause and this could coincide with Ramsdale’s potential exit.

However, the club are unlikely to sell him on the cheap. They want a guarantee fee of at least £40m and another £10m in add-ons.

Arsenal have set right valuation for Ramsdale

The Gunners are set for a busy summer transfer window. The club should be optimistic about increasing their spending power with player sales.

Eddie Nketiah, Emile Smith Rowe and Albert Sambi Lokonga could head for the exit door. Ramsdale may also pursue a new challenge.

The hierarchy have set the right valuation for Ramsdale. The £120,000 per week star is in the peak of his goalkeeping career and would be a top signing for another club.

The higher asking price clearly suggests that Arsenal are not under pressure to sell him and the onus is on interested parties to negotiate and find a suitable outcome.

As things stand, there are no formal bids. Newcastle United have turned their focus elsewhere due to the price tag, but there could be interest from elsewhere in the coming weeks.

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