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Aaron Ramsdale will receive medical treatment at Sheffield United in the next 24 hours

Aaron Ramsdale goes medical at Sheffield United within 24 hours, while Blades wants to close the Bournemouth goalkeeper deal with Dean Henderson on the cusp of a new contract with Manchester United

  • Aaron Ramsdale will have a doctor at Sheffield United in the next 24 hours
  • Chris Wilder has knocked off Aston Villa’s late competition for the goalkeeper
  • Bournemouth accepted a £ 18.5 million offer from the Blades for the 22-year-old
  • He could replace Dean Henderson while continuing to negotiate with Man United

Aaron Ramsdale will receive medical treatment at Sheffield United in the next 24 hours as they want to ward off Aston Villa’s belated interest.

Bournemouth has accepted a £ 18.5 million offer from the Blades for their highly regarded goalkeeper.

Villa has tried to hijack the switch, but Ramsdale is expected to undergo medical treatment before completing his move to Bramall Lane.

Goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale will receive medical treatment at Sheffield United in the next 24 hours

Goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale will receive medical treatment at Sheffield United in the next 24 hours

A late turn aside, it looks like Ramsdale will stay in the Premier League next season by signing for Chris Wilder’s men.

The youngster is returning to Bramall Lane after completing his academy in 2013 and playing two FA Cup games in 2016.

Manager Chris Wilder has knocked off Aston Villa's late competition for the goalkeeper

Manager Chris Wilder has knocked off Aston Villa's late competition for the goalkeeper

Manager Chris Wilder has knocked off Aston Villa’s late competition for the goalkeeper

Ramsdale could replace Dean Henderson as he continues to negotiate with Man United

Ramsdale could replace Dean Henderson as he continues to negotiate with Man United

Ramsdale could replace Dean Henderson as he continues to negotiate with Man United

After a successful first stint at the club – before being picked up by Bournemouth for £ 1 million – Ramsdale will look to further the club’s success.

Ramsdale, 22, played 37 Premier League appearances for Bournemouth last season and had previously enjoyed a loan spell at Chesterfield and Wimbledon.

England’s number 1 U21 will give Wilder some stability between the sticks as a long-term lender Dean Henderson remains in negotiations with Manchester United for a lucrative new long-term deal.

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