Soccervoice – Sunday Paper Talk – Week 48, Rumours and Gossip, Aaron Ramsdale, Jadon Sancho and Marc Guehi …

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Aaron Ramsdale is no longer the first choice at Arsenal, being replaced this season with David Raya arrving from Brentford in the summer. Ramsdale (25) with a past at Bournemouth and Sheffield United has 4 England caps to his name, and to be able to get more of those, he probably needs to change with Midland rivals Nottingham Forest and Wolverhampton Wanderers being mentioned as possible destinations.

Marc Guehi is hot property at the moment, being in the England squand, you will always draw attention, but Crystal Palace is not yet considering any potential bid, with the player said to be “not for sale”.

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Focus On; Dave Wagstaffe

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Born in Openshaw, Manchester, Wagstaffe played in England and the United States for Manchester City, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Los Angeles Wolves, Blackburn Rovers and Blackpool.

Having signed for Wolves on Boxing Day in 1964, Wagstaffe went on to play 404 league and cup games for the club, placing him in the top 15 all-time appearance makers for Wolves. Although not a prolific goal scorer, he won Match of the Day’s goal of the month in 1971 for a 35-yard shot as Wolves went on to beat Arsenal 5–1, as well as scoring in the second leg of the UEFA Cup Final against Tottenham Hotspur the same year.

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Focus On; George Graham

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George Graham (born 30 November 1944) is a Scottish former football player and manager.

Nicknamed “Stroller”,[3] he made 455 appearances in England’s Football League as a midfielder or forward for Aston Villa, Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United, Portsmouth and Crystal Palace. Approximately half of his appearances were for Arsenal, and he was part of the side that won the Football League Championship and FA Cup double in 1971. Graham also made 17 appearances for California Surf in the NASL in 1978.

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