Arsenal Goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale Has Slammed Critics Claiming Arsenal Lost The EPL to Manchester City


Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale has responded to rival fans claiming the Gunners surrendered the Premier League title, giving Manchester City the chance to hoist the trophy.

Since early April, Arsenal have fallen from leading the Premier League table by eight points to being behind Manchester City by four points.

Aaron Ramsdale
Aaron Ramsdale

With only two games remaining, they have only won two of the seven matches they have played, and they appear destined to lose the Premier League title.

Ramsdale, though, asserts that it is overly simplistic to claim that Mikel Arteta’s Gunners capitulated under pressure.

The 25-year-old has defended his colleagues and retaliated against rivals who claim Arsenal have given up the title to City.

After agreeing to a new contract extension, Ramsdle stated: “Although we are disappointed, we are also quite proud of ourselves.”

“I think it’s an easy way out – just a quick, cheap narrative from some people who haven’t gone digging into stories of what we have achieved.”

“It is very difficult to say that about a club that can win the treble, could win five of the last six titles, and is riding an 11-game winning streak. We must also exercise common sense.”

“It’s currently terribly disappointing, but consider how forward-moving the season has been and how upbeat we can be.”

Manchester City’s 11-game winning streak and 14-game unbeaten streak in the English Premier League overlap with Arsenal’s title-ending run of two wins, two loses, and three draws.

Manchester City

Manchester City have a big lead over their competitors and a game in hand, so they’re very close to winning the Premier League.

Arsenal will strive to stop Manchester City from extending their lead when they play Nottingham Forest on Sunday, May 21.

Who is Aaron Ramsdale?

Aaron Ramsdale was born on May 14, 1998.

He is an English goalkeeper who plays for both the England national team and Premier League club Arsenal.

Aaron Ramsdale’s Club Career

Ramsdale signed with AFC Bournemouth in 2017 after beginning his professional club career with Sheffield United.

After successive loan spells from Chesterfield and AFC Wimbledon, Ramsdale spent a season playing for Bournemouth before returning to Sheffield United in a £18 million basic transfer.

Ramsdale joined Arsenal in 2021 in a club-record deal that might have cost up to £30 million, making him the club’s most expensive goalkeeper.

Aaron Ramsdale Arsenal stats

For Arsenal this year, Ramsdale has been outstanding, nearly guiding them to their first league championship since 2003.

He was recently included in the Premier League Team of the Season.

The 25-year-old has played 76 times for Arsenal in all competitions, and thanks to his efforts this year, the Gunners have extended his contract.

The Englishman is third on the clean sheet table with 13 clean sheets this season, one behind Alisson in second and three behind Manchester United David De Gea in first.

International Career

Ramsdale has played for England at every level, from under-18 to senior team, and was a member of the side that won the UEFA European Under-19 Championship in 2017 and placed second at UEFA Euro 2020.

Contract and Salary

The English goalie became an Arsenal player in 2021 and has served as their starting goalkeeper ever since.

Following a successful season, Aaron Ramsdale, Arsenal’s starting goalkeeper, has agreed to a new, long-term contract with the team.

Aaron Ramsdale
Aaron Ramsdale

The Gunners goalkeeper has signed a four-year contract that will extend to 2027. 

Aaron Ramsdale saw his pay increased by signing a new contract with Arsenal, bringing it to roughly £120,000 per week.

Ramsdale will receive a £3,220,000 basic salary and a £3,220,000 cap hit.


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