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Euro 2024: I’m Scared Of Losing England Spot –Ramsdale

Euro 2024: I’m Scared Of Losing England Spot  –Ramsdale

Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale has revealed that he’s afraid of losing his place in the England squad for Euro 2024.

Currently playing second fiddle to David Raya at Arsenal, Ramsdale admits he’s concerned about his Three Lions status.

“Of course it’s something I fear. This is the first time I am in this situation,” he told TribalFootball.

“(Gareth) Southgate is fantastic and he trusts the players he has worked with in the past and we have seen that on several occasions.

“You see Kalvin Phillips and (Harry) Maguire in the team, and they haven’t played many minutes at the club, but they step up when they get the opportunity.


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“Of course I want to return to the team at Arsenal, so I can make the choice difficult for Southgate.”

Ramsdale began his senior club career playing for Sheffield United and signed for AFC Bournemouth in 2017. Following successive loans to Chesterfield and AFC Wimbledon,

Ramsdale played a season with Bournemouth and re-joined Sheffield United in a transfer worth an initial £18 million. In 2021, Ramsdale signed for Arsenal in a club record transfer worth up to £30 million, becoming their most expensive goalkeeper.

Ramsdale has represented England at all levels from under-18 to the senior team, and won the UEFA European Under-19 Championship in 2017, and was in the squad that finished as runners-up at UEFA Euro 2020.

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