Supposed Wolverhampton Wanderers target Aaron Ramsdale is set to reiterate his desire to stay at Sheffield United.
According to a report from the Sheffield Star, the 21-year-old is not after leaving the Blades, despite their relegation to the Championship.
The Daily Mail claimed earlier this week that Ramsdale was a player Wolves were keeping tabs on, amid speculation about the future of Rui Patricio.
Tottenham Hotspur have also been credited with an interest.
But it looks as though Wolves will have to look elsewhere for a potential Patricio replacement given the Sheffield Star’s information.
Ramsdale has been with United since last year, after he transferred from Bournemouth for £18.5 million.
He had a shaky start to life at Bramall Lane, but won plenty of admirers in the second-half of the season.
His form culminated in him being called up to the provisional England squad by Gareth Southgate for Euro 2020 before he got cut.
Wolves should be looking elsewhere anyway
Really, Wolves shouldn’t be looking at Ramsdale, especially with reports indicating he could cost £40 million.
He undoubtedly has potential, but right now Wolves need a stopper with experience.
It looks like the club will be losing that in Patricio, and it could be beneficial to get someone in who’s a little older than the 21-year-old Ramsdale.