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Former West Ham United goalkeeper Shaka Hislop has shared his thoughts on Bournemouth’s Aaron Ramsdale.
The 21-year-old has been targeted by Spurs for the summer transfer window as another goalkeeping option, according to the Daily Mail. Jose Mourinho’s side have also been linked with other goalkeepers like Thomas Strakosha from Lazio (Il Tempo) and Ajax’s Andre Onana (The Sun).
However, Hislop believes Ramsdale has everything in his game to be a top goalkeeper.
Reacting to Chelsea’s interest in the Englishman, the former West Ham player told ESPN FC: “Ramsdale has been simply outstanding. There is no other way to put it. Let’s just say somehow, they get everything sorted and Kepa moves on, Ramsdale comes in. I think he does a wonderful job for Chelsea. As a young goalkeeper, you are looking for weaknesses in his game. I don’t think he has an awful lot. He is a solid shot-stopper. He always looks composed within the goal and has a real presence about him, which is not something I say about many goalkeepers easily.”