Arsenal is reportedly considering a transfer move to secure the services of 24-year-old England international, who plays as a goalkeeper for Newcastle United, according to reports.
The 24-year-old goalkeeper has been surrounded with transfer speculations linking him with a move to the Emirates Stadium in the past months, with his performance reported to have attracted the North London club.
Freddie Woodman has been able to establish himself as a key player for Newcastle since he joined them but failed to enjoy a regular first-team football and as a result, was loaned to Swansea City during the last season.
Arsenal has remained keen on bolstering their goalkeeping departments, to be able to provide competitions for Bernd Leno.
According to the Sun, Woodman has been identified as an alternative for Ramsdale, who they failed to sign as they were unable to reach an agreement with Sheffield United for the English shot-stopper.
Woodman has been restricted to make just 4 appearances across all competitions for Newcastle United United and conceded 6 goals.
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