Arsenal

Arteta set to face selection dilemma against Burnley after ex England international Ramsdale advice

Mikel Arteta’s side will be preparing for Saturday’s trip to Turf Moor, where they will face Sean Dyche’s Burnley, a team they have yet to defeat under the Spaniard’s guidance.

Despite the fact that the transfer market closed two weeks ago, a number of top-level players have been connected with a move to north London, as well as a number of current players who may be on their way out in the coming months.

Bernd Leno, the goalkeeper, has been linked with a departure after Aaron Ramsdale, the 22-year-old shot-stopper, replaced him in the starting line-up for the win over Norwich City at the weekend.

Former England international Gabriel Agbonlahor believes Aaron Ramsdale will be Arsenal’s first-choice goalkeeper this season.
When asked if he thought the Englishman had superseded Bernd Leno in the future, he told Football Insider, “100%.”

“Ramsdale is going to be the best.” You’re going to play him if you pay £30 million for him. Leno will have to put up with it. Ramsdale will undoubtedly be the best.”