Aberdeen defender Calvin Ramsay has a new Premier League admirer to add to a list already containing the likes of Manchester United, Everton and Leicester City after Norwich City became the latest side to be credited with an interest in the Dons prodigy.
According to the Scottish Sun, the Canaries want to add Ramsay to their ranks with Aberdeen “braced for bids” this winter when the transfer window opens on January 1.
Pittodrie boss Stephen Glass “wouldn’t be surprised” if offers are made for the teenager in the new year, admitting he is an “attractive” option for sides south of the border.
“Would I expect offers in January? I wouldn’t be surprised,” Glass said.
“Calvin is in a similar position to a lot of young players in Scotland in that they are attractive to clubs down south.”
Ramsay has been a revelation for the Pittodrie sidet his season and has been one of the few positives for Glass since taking charge in the Granite City earlier this year.
If clubs like Norwich, Everton, Leicester and Man United come calling in the new year though, it will be very hard for Aberdeen to keep hold of Ramsay and convince him that his future lies in the Scottish Premiership.
Aberdeen will be hoping they can at least cash in on the full-back, and with the Dons having him tied down until 2024, there is no fears that he’ll sit his contract out and move for nothing any time soon.
Ramsay has made 21 appearances for Aberdeen this season, including six in the UEFA Conference League qualifiers, as the Dons full-back continues to make a name for himself at Pittodrie.
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