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Aaron Ramsdale delivers honest verdict on Arsenal’s start to the season under Mikel Arteta

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The Gunners new goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale has opened up on the Emirates outfit’s beginning to the season after the Gunners drew 0-0 with Brighton and Hove Albion.

The Englishman’s profession at the Emirates is looking encouraging so far.

Aaron Ramsdale joined the Gunners boss unrest from Sheffield in the mid year, getting paperwork done for £24m, an expense that caused a stir considering he was consigned in every one of the past two seasons.

Be that as it may, the 23-year-old goalkeeper has since uprooted Bernd Leno from the beginning arrangement, enrolling three clean sheets across four PL matches.

The Englishman has conceded that the north Londoners’ beginning to the season hasn’t been great yet has asserted that they have since turned the corner, getting ten points from their last four association apparatuses.

“We had an extreme beginning, no ones stowing away from that, we played a recently advanced group who made it troublesome, we had complexities over the beginning of the period that we’re not checking out now since we’re looking forward and two of the best groups in the association,” Aaron Ramsdale told Sky Sports.

“Presently we’ve turned the corner ideally with four great exhibitions or four great outcomes and you can begin to see the design of the group and one that is getting together on the preparation pitch and on the pitch.”

Aaron Ramsdale additionally let it out was a pleased second when the Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate hit him up to the England crew for the impending global break.

He proceeded: “It was something I was trusting would occur and no one can say for sure except for I was glad to get the call – it’s one more pleased second for myself.

“Clearly it shows difficult work from myself and finding myself mixed up with the group and into the spotlight for Southgate to pick me however presently, whatever occurs, I’ll go, appreciate it and full spotlight on England now.”

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