Aaron Ramsdale was Sheffield United’s first choice goalkeeper last season and has been linked with a move away from Bramall Lane following his side’s relegation from the Premier League.
Arsenal are looking to sign the custodian this summer, but the Gunners are facing difficulties in finding an agreement with the Blades.
It’s not clear whether or not Ramsdale will still be with the Championship side beyond the transfer window and the uncertainty around his future has seen them look around for other options.
That’s why Slaviša Jokanović’s side are now ‘interested’ in AS Roma’s Robin Olsen, who spent the last season on loan at Everton.
That’s according to ForzaRoma.info, who explain the Sweden international is ‘no longer part of the club’s plans’ and the custodian could ‘have a market in England’.
Roma sporting director Tiago Pinto travelled to London to hold talks with Tammy Abraham and Chelsea for the striker’s transfer.
The website states the Serie A side’s chief took advantage of his trip to England, to ‘place some of the players’ at another club.
This includes Olsen, who is on the radar of West Ham United and also attracting interest from Sheffield United.
That’s about the only information mention about the keeper in the report.
In the event Ramsdale leaves his current employer, Sheffield United could therefore turn towards Olsen, if they manage to convince the keeper to join them.