Bournemouth have rejected a £12million bid from Sheffield United for goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale, talkSPORT understands.
The Blades have to fill the void left by Dean Henderson, who has returned to Manchester United following his mortgage spell, and have recognized Ramsdale as a attainable alternative.
The 22-year-old impressed with the Cherries throughout his first full season within the Premier League regardless of the membership getting relegated to the Championship.
Ramsdale really got here by way of the Sheffield United youth ranks and made two FA Cup appearances through the 2016/17 season earlier than becoming a member of Bournemouth for round £800,000.
talkSPORT understands that the Blades wish to deliver him again however have seen a £12million provide turned down.
It’s believed that Ramsdale could be eager to return to his former membership to help his bid for a spot in England’s European Championship squad.
The goalkeeper had profitable mortgage spells with Chesterfield and AFC Wimbledon earlier than breaking into the first-team on the Cherries.
Following their relegation to the Championship, their squad is prone to be carved up with transfers already made.
Nathan Ake joined Man City in a £41million deal whereas there was hypothesis over the way forward for the likes of Josh King.