Aberdeen ‘holding out for £10m deal for Calvin Ramsay after rejecting Liverpool’s initial offer’
Aberdeen is holding out on a £10m deal for Calvin Ramsay after rejecting Liverpool’s first offer’… while the Scottish club are asking for ‘£5million transfer fee plus another £5million in teenager’s extras’
- Aberdeen reportedly wants £10million package for Calvin Ramsay
- The Dons hold up £5million ahead for the right-back, plus £5million in add-ons
- Liverpool have turned down an offer, hoping to pay a fee of just £4m
- Bologna also loves Ramsay and could make an offer if they sell Aaron Hickey
- Ramsay, 18, is keen to make the move to Anfield to team up with Jurgen Klopp
Aberdeen reportedly wants a £10million package if they want to sell Calvin Ramsay this summer.
sports post reported yesterday that Liverpool are in advanced talks to sign the 18-year-old, but the Reds had hoped to pay a transfer fee of just £4million.
Serie A side Bologna are also keen on Ramsay and could make an offer if they sell Scottish defender Aaron Hickey for big bucks.
Aberdeen reportedly set to sign a £10m deal for Calvin Ramsay this summer
According to air sportsAberdeen has rejected Liverpool’s first offer, expecting £5million upfront for the right-back, plus a further £5million in extras.
The Dons don’t want to let Ramsay leave cheaply after his impressive breakthrough season, which saw him win the Scottish Football Writers’ Young Player of the Year award.
The teenager made 33 appearances in all competitions throughout the campaign, scoring one goal and nine assists.
Liverpool are in advanced talks to sign the 18-year-old, who provided nine assists last season
Ramsay would back up to Trent Alexander-Arnold as right-back at Merseyside
Ramsay, a Scotland Under-21 international, is keen to make the move to Anfield to team up with Jurgen Klopp.
He would take on the role of backup to Trent Alexander-Arnold, with Klopp being forced to play Joe Gomez out of position as right-back when the England international was unavailable last season.
However, the arrival of Ramsay would cast doubt on the future of Neco Williams, 21, who was loaned out to championship winner Fulham in the second half of last season.