Sergio Ramos has been in the news for a while now. The Spanish defender was reported to be extremely keen to move away from the club where he has spent 10 years of his career and Manchester United were severly linked with him, more so because of David de Gea.
Compatriot Andres Iniesta has spoken about the matter making news in Spain and said that Real Madrid wona t part ways with Ramos.
a Ia ve always said that Sergio is one of the best centre-backs around,a he said.
a Hea s already in a great team and, to be honest, I cana t see Madrid letting him leave.a
Recently, . The Telegraph reported that Manchester United will not sell them David de Gea if they didna t give them Sergio Ramos in exchange. The report stated: Manchester United have told Real Madrid that they will categorically not sell David De Gea to them unless they are allowed to sign Sergio Ramos. It means that if the Ramos deal does not go ahead United are prepared to allow De Gea to run out of the final year of his contract at Old Trafford. They have also been heartened by Ramosa s continued insistence that he is genuine in his desire to leave Real this summer and join the Premier League club. Ramos has asked Real to listen to Uniteda s offer.
However, recent reports in El Confidencial, usually the most reliable Spanish source, stated that the 24 year-olda s official sale to Madrid is now imminent after a deal for A?28.6m was agreed between the two clubs.
Madrid are understood to have tabled a contract worth around A?21.3m over six years a considerably less than United were prepared to offer a with De Gea believed to have already accepted the offer.
Ramos remains the hot topic of the summer and his future looks incredibly dicey. Two years ago, it would have been considered bizarre to think about the Spaniard wanting to quit Madrid, but at the moment, with everything several (and diverse) media outlets are reporting, nothing can be ruled out.