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Willie Miller isn’t sure whether £3.3m is enough for Calvin Ramsay – but the Aberdeen legend reckons it’s a decent starting point considering that any suitors are still investing in potential at this stage.

Serie A Bologna have made their move for the highly coveted right-back with Manchester United, Spurs, Leicester City and Newcastle United also weighing up offers with just days left of the transfer window.

Miller added: “Is £3.3m enough for Ramsay? It’s hard to say.

“The market is there and I know you can look at Nathan Patterson, who moved from Rangers to Everton for £11.5m, which could rise to £16m with add-ons.

“However, Patterson is a Scotland international and played at Euro 2020.

“Ramsay is not there yet.

“But, Aberdeen have to push for as much as they possibly can.

“The directors and chairman Dave Cormack now have a tough decision to make on whether to cash in on the teenage right-back.

“A bid of £3.3million is a good starting point as any club would be buying potential with Ramsay.”





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