Ramsdale, who was drafted into Gareth Southgate’s final squad for the tournament after ex-Blade Dean Henderson pulled out through injury, was an unused substitute throughout England’s campaign, which went all the way to penalties in the final at Wembley.
There was more spot kick heartache for England as Italy prevailed 3-2, but Ramsdale was a proud man as he prepares to return to United ahead of the new Championship season.
“It hurts today but in the coming weeks we will realise how far we have come,” Ramsdale posted on Instagram.
“To come into the group late and be accepted like I’ve been there for years speaks volumes for the group. Some of the best memories of my life in the past few weeks and I thank everyone for their support. We’ll be back.”
Ramsdale’s future has been the subject of speculation throughout the summer, following United’s relegation from the Premier League last season.
The England U21 No.1 was identified as a target by Arsenal and although the Gunners have yet to show any willingness to meet United’s £40m valuation of their goalkeeper, they are preparing a bid which, according to sources with knowledge of the approach, will show they are serious about bringing Ramsdale to the Emirates.
United fans, though, will hope he stays, after growing tired over the years of the club selling their top young talent for relative peanuts.