It has been reported that Manchester United have lodged an offer with Real Madrid for Sergio Ramos.
According to Sky Sports, the Red Devils have made a bid of £28.6million for the Spanish defender who continues to be linked with a summer exit at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Ramos is believed to be unhappy at Real despite having two years to run on his current contract and according to
Sky Sports’ Spanish football expert Graham Hunter, a move to United is a likely scenario.
“Ramos has told Madrid directly that he is absolutely and completely committed to leaving the club this summer, that he specifically wants them to begin negotiations with Manchester United and that he doesn’t want them to negotiate with anybody except Manchester United,” Hutner said.
“People have been questioning Sergio Ramos’ intentions, whether Manchester United [are] being used as was the case a couple of summers ago when Cesc Fabregas looked like he might be available to David Moyes.
“But it is a very firm display of intention from Manchester United.
“Real Madrid can be under no illusions that Ramos wants to go to Manchester United and he expects them to comply.
“He looks at the project to rebuild Manchester United, to make it great again, and he wants to be part of it.”