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Leeds: Paul Robinson reacts to Calvin Ramsay links

Leeds: Paul Robinson reacts to Calvin Ramsay links -Leeds United News

Former Leeds United goalkeeper Paul Robinson has been reacting to the club’s interest in Aberdeen right-back Calvin Ramsay.

The Lowdown: Leeds links

The Whites were first linked with a move for the 18-year-old during the January transfer window and rumours have continued, with reports at the end of April suggesting Leeds were granted permission to enter talks.

Phil Hay stated after the club secured their Premier League status last weekend that Ramsay was a player Leeds were working to bring to Elland Road.

Liverpool are also keen on the Scot, with Aberdeen willing to sell if they receive a ‘significant’ seven-figure fee.

The Latest: Robinson’s comments

Robinson, who contributes for Sky Sports, was talking to MOT Leeds News regarding the interest from Elland Road in Ramsay.

He believes the Whites simply have to sign a right-back due to Stuart Dallas and Luke Ayling’s respective injuries.

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“Leeds have to sign a right-back.

“Luke’s a top player. He’s a leader on the pitch and they miss him when he doesn’t play because of those leadership qualities. He’s very vocal, he’s a captain without being a captain.

“But I think they’ve come out and said he’s not going to be back until the autumn which rules him out of pre-season and the start of the season.

“It’s vitally important they get some reinforcements in that area.

“Stuart Dallas would have been a natural replacement but obviously, we know that he’s out for a long time as well.

“That’s two players who you need reinforcements for.”

The Verdict: Spot on

The Whites’ small squad and injury woes nearly cost them their place in the Premier League last weekend, so it’s vital that the club add to their squad over the coming months.

They’ve made a solid start by signing a midfielder on a permanent deal for the first time since 2018 in Brenden Aaronson.

Bolstering their right-back ranks could be a smart next step, especially with Ayling and Dallas sidelined.

Cody Drameh and Jamie Shackleton should be available for Marsch at the start of his first full season in charge, but it looks as if the club like what they see in Ramsay, so landing him ahead of Liverpool could be an exciting move.

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