Wolves target Aaron Ramsdale set for ‘frank conversation’ over future…

Wolverhampton Wanderers are not upping the ante in their pursuit of Aaron Ramsdale despite the Arsenal star preparing to hold ‘a very frank conversation’ over his future, and journalist Ben Jacobs has told GIVEMESPORT why the goalkeeper could be put off a move to Molineux.

Having moved into the hot-seat just a matter of days before the campaign got underway due to Julen Lopetegui opting to walk away from Wolves, Gary O’Neil will be handed the opportunity to bolster his squad when the winter transfer window opens for business at the turn of the year.

Following the decision to cash in on various long-serving fans’ favourites, including Ruben Neves to Saudi Arabian outfit Al-Hilal for £47million, Wanderers are going into 2024 having alleviated fears of breaching profit and sustainability rules.

Wolves have turned their attentions towards attempting to land Ramsdale on loan for the remainder of the campaign, according to the Daily Star, but they want the potential agreement to include an obligation to become permanent in the summer.

The report suggests that Wanderers are preparing to hold discussions with Arsenal over whether a deal would be possible after the 25-year-old, who has fallen down the pecking order since David Raya made the move from Brentford, has been identified as O’Neil’s top target as he prepares to sanction Jose Sa’s

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