Big Deal: High- flying Sheffield United talented star tipped as dark horse summer move for EPL clubs amid championship interest…

The 25-year-old started his career at Bramall Lane before joining AFC Bournemouth, later returning to Sheffield United for the 2020/21 season. His exploits between the sticks earned him a move to Arsenal and he was installed as the new number one at the Emirates Stadium.

However, since the arrival of David Raya, Ramsdale has been forced to play second-fiddle for the Gunners. This season, he has managed just six Premier League appearances.

He has previously been linked with the likes of Chelsea and Newcastle United and according to The Sun, he could be set for a move to Wolves in the summer transfer window.

Wolves are reportedly set to sell current stopper Jose Sa, with interest from Saudi Arabia said to be rising. The Midlands club are said to be on the lookout for replacements, with former Blade Ramsdale on their wish list. Liverpool’s Caoimhin Kelleher is also said to feature on the list, alongside Sunderland’s Anthony Patterson.

Despite not having featured much for the Gunners this term, Ramsdale appears likely to be part of England’s squad for Euro 2024. However, if he is to ever leapfrog Jordan Pickford in the Three Lions pecking order, he may have to find regular minutes.

Sheffield United have as many as 15 players out of contract in the summer which has prompted a huge rebuilding job after a horrendous Premier League campaign. One of the players who is set to become a free agent at the end of the season is experienced utility player Ben Osborn.

At 29 years old, Osborn has made over 121 appearances for the Blades, notably gracing the Premier League stage in 57 appearances. And although he is not necessarily the flashiest player on the field, Osborn more than compensates with his invaluable versatility.

Transitioning seamlessly across various positions, he embodies adaptability and a great work rate. Whether deployed as a left-wingback, left-winger, central midfielder, or even on the right flank, the former Nottingham Forest stalwart consistently demonstrates his willingness to contribute wherever the team needs him most.

Osborn has already spoken publicly about his desire to remain at Sheffield United beyond this season, and his manager, Chris Wilder, is keen on keeping him at Bramall Lane for the foreseeable future.

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