Arsenal: Aaron Ramsdale hits out at his weirdly obsessed Liverpool legend

Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale (Photo by Joe Prior/Visionhaus via Getty Images)
Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale (Photo by Joe Prior/Visionhaus via Getty Images) /

Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale has had a tough few weeks on the sidelines. It hasn’t been helped by this Liverpool legend’s weird obsession with him.

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has reinstated his ruthless nature in recent weeks. After Aaron Ramsdale was one of the best goalkeepers in the world last season, he has been dropped all of a sudden and replaced by the loanee David Raya between the sticks. Arteta insists that he plans to use both goalkeepers rotationally, since there is no use in having a backup goalkeeper if you don’t think they’re good enough for the first team.

Raya has started the last three games for Arsenal, conceding just two goals and keeping two clean sheets, including one in the Champions League. It’s proven that they’re both similar goalkeepers, which you could argue makes it more difficult for Arteta to rotate them evenly. Still, only Arteta knows his true plan. I believe Aaron Ramsdale will be given a start against Brentford.

Ramsdale was pictured on the bench against Spurs as he applauded a terrific save made by David Raya to stop Brennan Johnson’s shot. Seemingly, it was easier for the Wales international to score than miss, but Raya pulled off a heroic save to deny those odds.

Arsenal star Aaron Ramsdale responds to Jamie Carragher’s “Oscars” jibe

Speaking out on the reaction from Ramsdale, which was simply a clap and an impressed facial expression, Jamie Carragher has claimed that it was an “Oscars” worthy performance from Ramsdale. Secretly, Carragher feels that Ramsdale is devastated as this comment came soon after his claim that Arsenal would never win the title with Ramsdale between the sticks.

Ramsdale has responded to Carragher’s weird obsession with him by hinting that he’s always been a team player. Reported by Goal, Ramsdale shared images on social media of when he celebrated his former goalkeeping counterpart Mark Travers’ after his heroics. He also shared an image of how he celebrated Reiss Nelson’s winner against Bournemouth last season, demonstrating that he always wants the best for his teammates.

What do you make of the situation, Arsenal fans?