Sergio Ramos could be leaving Santiago Bernabeu after 17 years at Real Madrid with Man United lining up a sensational deal
Ole Solskjaer hopes to add more force to his defense line after learning of Sergio Ramos’ disagreement to pen an extension
Having spent 17 years with Los Blancos, Ramos could be edging for an exit as he is now free to discuss deals with foreign clubs with his deal set to expire by Summer.
Earlier on, former Man United striker, Dimitar Berbatov tipped the Red Devils to go in on a chase for the 34-year-old who already has many top trophies to his name.
“He could bring a lot of experience and steel to any team,” Berbatov told Betfair. “Although he is 34, he is still a top player and United could do a lot worse.
“If he is available I can see a lot of teams interested in signing him. At his age of course Real Madrid are reluctant to offer him a long contract.”
With 4 Champions League trophies, 5 La Liga titles and a World Cup accredited to him, Ramos is a arguably the best Defender in Europe.
According to recent reports, Man United are preparing a 2-year contract for the former Sevilla man.
Its believed that the contract is lined up for same amount as that Real Madrid is offering in his extension deal.
Meanwhile former Madrid striker, Valdano believes both Real Madrid and Ramos will do well to avoid similar mistakes on Ronaldo deal.
“He will end up renewing with Real Madrid,” Valdano told Spanish outlet El Transistor. “It would be a mistake on both sides if it were not done.
“The same thing happened with Cristiano. Real Madrid was left without the Champions League and Cristiano without the Ballon d’Or.”
As it stands Man United are expected to present an official bid in the near future as they would be looking to take advantage of Real Madrid’s fear of losing Ramos for free when his contract expires during the summer period of the current year.
Real Madrid on the other hand know that they are not invisible on the deal despite how confident they are in retaining the Spaniard.
Its likely Real Madrid will easily give in when Ramos keeps turning down their deal and Man United choke them with a good offer for a 34-year-old defender.
Sergio Ramos is still in Zidane’s 11 after having made 17 appearances so far this season but it’s uncertain where he will be by September.