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Wolves line up willing Arsenal star and ‘world class’ Liverpool man to replace Saudi starter

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Wolves could sell starting goalkeeper Jose Sa to the Saudi Pro League this summer and according to reports his replacement could come via Arsenal or Liverpool.

SatThe 31-year-old has been called up to replace Rui Patricio as the starting stopper at Molineux in 2021. The Portuguese international has shone with Wolves and has mocked the modest eight million euro fee paid to Olympiacos.

According to a new update from the sunSa’s future could be in Saudi Arabia.

Sa’s agent is Jorge Mendes and it is claimed he could broker a move to the Middle East this summer. Mendes has close ties with the decision makers in Saudi Arabian football.

Wolves would want to recoup a significant fee if they make money, and with Sa under contract until 2027, they are in a strong negotiating position. Sa only signed his last Wolves contract eight months ago, in September 2023.

If Sa does leave, the sun name three players Wolves boss Gary O’Neil could sign as his replacement.

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First of all, Arsenal’s distrust Aaron Ramsdale is mentioned, with the 25-year-old looking to move to a club where he will be a regular starter this summer.

Ramsdale has been taken over by David Raya, whose loan spell from Brentford will become permanent at the end of the season for a fee of £27 million.

Ramsdale is entering the best years of his career and with English ambitions to think about, he believes he will push to leave the Gunners. HITC.

The daily email then explained Arsenal feel the same way and will look to offload several fringe stars this summer. Besides Ramsdale, Thomas Partey, Reiss Nelson and Eddie Nketiah were all mentioned as players who could leave.

Liverpool ace and championship position is also considered

Elsewhere, Wolves are also showing interest in Liverpool’s number 2, Caoimhin Kelleher.

The Republic of Ireland international has proven he is a genuine Premier League player this season as a replacement for the oft-injured Alisson Becker.

The 25-year-old Kelleher can leave if he decides the time is right to become a regular starter. Liverpool won’t stand in his way if that decision is madeper the daily email.

Kelleher’s performances this year were of such a high standard that he was even labeled ‘world class’ by Liverpool captain Virgil van Dijk. Jurgen Klopp was also full of praise.

“We have the best goalkeeper in the world, and we have the best number two in the world,” Klopp said earlier in 2023.

Van Dijk said: “I have always said Kelleher is world class and he has gone another step further today. It’s good to see.

“He’s a good boy, a good goalkeeper and that’s what we need at a club like Liverpool.”

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The final name the sun claimed Wolves could turn to Sunderland Anthony Patterson.

But with Ramsdale and Kelleher both proving their worth in the Premier League, they would be the safer options if they can afford them.

Moreover, so has Patterson linked with Liverpool in case they need to replace Kelleher.

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