Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale has revealed his ambition is to become an Arsenal legend and potentially spend the rest of his career in north London.
Ramsdale has overcome a rocky start to his Arsenal career after A.J transformation from Sheffield United with a value of up to 30 million pounds in 2021, and initially failed to replace current star Bernd Leno.
But he didn’t have to wait long for his chance and took the club’s number one shirt this season, keeping 12 Premier League A clean sheet to jointly lead the goalkeeper standings and put him in contention for the Golden Glove as Arsenal also mount a title challenge.
The 24-year-old signed a long-term contract upon his arrival at the Emirates Stadium with an eye on him that will remain for many more years – perhaps until he turns 40.
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“It was a difficult period in the club’s transfer to the club, even before that on loan, I never imagined leaving Bournemouth after a year, I never imagined leaving Sheffield United after a year,” he said. BBC Sport.
“but [Arsenal] It’s a place where I can see myself now for the next 10, 12, 15 years. That’s the goal, that’s the goal…the goal of staying on top for that period of time. I hope I never have to leave and I will become a true hero and legend of this football club.”
Ramsdale was among the many Arsenal players He was honored at the London Football Awards Monday night. He won Goalkeeper of the Year, captain Martin Odegaard named Premier League Player of the Year, while Bukayo Saka beat out William Saliba and Gabriel Martinelli as Young Player of the Year. Mikel Arteta also received the Manager of the Year award.
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