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Arsenal star ‘unhappy’ at the Emirates & could leave even if they win the Premier League

A standout player from Arsenal is said to be discontented with the club and might depart in the summer, regardless of whether they clinch the Premier League title.

Under Mikel Arteta, the Gunners are enjoying a successful season, currently occupying third place in the Premier League standings, trailing Manchester City by one point and Liverpool by two.

Despite losing the first leg of their round of 16 tie against Porto, Arsenal remains the favored team to advance to the last eight in the Champions League.

Looking forward to the summer, Arsenal’s goalkeeper, Aaron Ramsdale, is purportedly dissatisfied with the club.

Reported by Football Transfers, via Caught Offside, Arsenal, based in North London, is beginning to make arrangements for Ramsdale’s departure, having already designated David Raya as their primary goalkeeper.

Furthermore, it has been alleged that Arsenal has identified Ajax goalkeeper Diant Ramaj as a potential replacement for Ramsdale.

According to journalist Steve Kay, who wrote: “Arsenal also liked him [Ramaj] when he was at Eintracht Frankfurt. He’s good on the ball which is something Mikel Arteta certainly wants. He’s also excellent at long balls to the attackers and could be the perfect back-up at Arsenal.”

Although initially selected as Arteta’s top pick at the beginning of the season, Ramsdale was swiftly supplanted by Raya in September. Subsequently, the English goalkeeper has only made appearances in the Carabao Cup and FA Cup matches.

Speaking about Ramsale’s future, transfer specialist Fabrizio Romano said: “Despite more Ramsdale to Chelsea stories, there is nothing to report at this point, to be honest.

“In January when we had rumours on Ramsdale and Chelsea I was told: no interest. We will see what happens in the summer but Chelsea are not working on Ramsdale or any other goalkeeper deal right now.”

Due to his restricted playing time this season, Ramsdale may face the possibility of being omitted from Gareth Southgate’s England squad for EURO 2024, scheduled to be held in Germany during the summer.

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