Arsenal have not tabled formal offers for Sheffield United duo Aaron Ramsdale and Sander Berge, according to reports in the local media.
The Gunners are thought to be interested in signing the two players, with Ramsdale said to be worth around £20m, while Berge has a £35m release clause.
Considering both players were relegated with the Blades last season, the majority of supporters on Twitter don’t want their club shelling out £55m on the pair:
Avoid both at all costs
— Ismail™️ (@FcukKroenke) June 18, 2021
Let’s keep it like that
— #ALLEZLEBLEU 🇫🇷 (@TiernanRichmon1) June 18, 2021
Let’s hope not as of today and also not in the future😄
— One 💯 (@DopeBallers) June 18, 2021
Thanks God 🙏🙏I don’t want them close to my club😅
— kongfung (@kongfung0203) June 18, 2021
Good news xD
— Jasøn (@JasonStCh) June 18, 2021
Good we don’t want them.
— jäck (@AllezAfcJacques) June 18, 2021
We don’t want either
— elneny (@classelneny) June 18, 2021
— 𝗔𝗙𝗖 𝗠ö𝗡𝗧𝗬™ (@Monty_Official_) June 18, 2021
Berge has been linked with moves to Aston Villa and Napoli, in addition to Arsenal, over the last few months, and it will be interesting to see whether United stick to their valuation of the Norwegian.
The Gunners’ interest in Ramsdale is more surprising, but if the London club do go after the 23-year-old, they are unlikely to get him on a cut-price deal, with the Blades having spent £18.5m on the keeper last year.