Henderson’s sleek performance will be a benchmark for fans. Ramsdale is a Sheffield academy graduate who has now been brought back.

Sheffield United officially brought in England goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale (22 years), from Bournemouth.

Ramsdale is plotted as a substitute for Sheffield’s previous main goalkeeper Dean Henderson, who was signed by Manchester United after two seasons on loan.

As reported by British media, Ramsdale was recruited by Sheffield for £ 18.5 million. The goalkeeper is contracted until June 2024.

Ramsdale is not a foreign name in Sheffield. The 188 centimeter goalkeeper is a graduate of The Blades academy and was promoted to the main squad in the 2016/17 season.

One season later, Ramsdale was sold to Bournemouth and twice on loan, each to Chesterfield and AFC Wimbledon.

In the 2019/20 season, Ramsdale was trusted to be Bournemouth’s number one goalkeeper. Apes, he failed to prevent The Cherries from relegation.

Last season, Bournemouth finished 18th on 34 points and were the third-worst team to concede in the Premier League. [setelah Norwich City dan Aston Villa] with 65 goals.

“Goalkeeping is a position we have to really confirm,” Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder said on the club’s official website.

“This is not about Dean [Henderson], it’s about bringing in Aaron [Ramsdale]. Dean has been amazing for us in the last two years. “

“We know a lot about Aaron, we have seen him develop on loan at Chesterfield and AFC Wimbledon. We monitored him, also last season [saat bersama Bournemouth].”

“I want to thank the club directors for their support in this agreement. Aaron is definitely one of the best young goalkeepers in England and we are delighted to have him,” he added.

Henderson will indeed be a benchmark for fans for Ramsdale. Understandably, the first name successfully appeared stunning during guarding the Sheffield bar.

First, Henderson helped Sheffield promotion from the Championship Division. Second, as a promotion team that only conceded 39 goals [terbaik keempat di EPL] and finished ninth with 54 points.


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