Bologna are now competing with Leeds United for the transfer of Aberdeen’s Calvin Ramsay.
Gianluca di Marzio has reported that Bologna are working hard to give new signings to Sinisa Mihajlovic and an offer for Ramsay has already been made. Amidst all of that, Leeds have also come forward for the young defender and the offers of both the clubs are quite similar.
The only difference between the two offers is that Leeds have offered €3.5 million plus bonuses and a big resale for the deal but they are willing to let Ramsay stay on loan at Aberdeen till the end of the current campaign.
Bologna have offered €1 million for the loan with the obligation to buy for €4 million in the summer. They have offered a lesser percentage of the resale but they will sign him right away instead of getting him in the summer.
Ramsay prefers Bologna, largely because he has a fellow Scotsman in Aaron Hickey at the club. Aberdeen will make a decision in the next few hours.