Rio Ferdinand has hailed Arsenal keeper Aaron Ramsdale as an ‘incident’ since moving to the Emirates.
And the Manchester United legend praised the Gunners for signing the 23-year-old Sheffield United stopper over the summer.
Ramsdale has been called up to the England squad and produced one of the biggest saves ever in his first few months under boss Mikel Arteta.
Ferdinand insisted that the former Bournemouth stopper had silenced his critics after being dropped with both Sheffield and Cherry.
he said on his vibe with five Podcast: “Ramsdale Has Been an Inspired Signature”
“A lot of people were skeptical of him, he already has two or three allegations in his career.
“But the savings he is making on a regular basis is actually allowing (Arsenal) to have clean sheets.
“It’s six clean sheets in 10 games, it’s phenomenal.”
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Ramsdale moved to North London in a £30 million deal to provide competition for Bernd Leno in Arteta’s squad.
He began his career on the bench at Emirates but has emerged as the first choice among the Sticks, starting the club’s last 10 Premier League games.
Arsenal are fifth in the top flight after recovering from three consecutive defeats at the start of the season.
They face Ferdinand’s former club United at Old Trafford on Thursday with the hosts in limbo as they await new boss Ralph Rangnik to take over.
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