According to reports, Real Madrid have turned down Manchester Uniteda s a 45 million bid for Sergio Ramos, demanding a 90 million for the Spanish defender. However, their refusal to let Sergio Ramos leave for Manchester United seems to be costing them the arrival of David De Gea this summer. Reports from Spain suggest that Real Madrid are coming to terms with the idea that the Spaniard will not be allowed to leave Old Trafford this year and hence are negotiating for an offer to bring him to Real Madrid next summer.
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Following the much criticized departure of Iker Casillas from Real Madrid, it seems that Florentino Perez is adverse to the idea of letting Sergio Ramos leave the club this year. The fans made their feelings clear to the President at Ikera s farewell with Florentino Perez himself claiming that a there are footballers that the club does not want to leave and they will not goa .
Not for cheap at least. Sergio Ramos is that player for Real Madrid as is David De Gea for Manchester United.
Manchester Uniteda s a 45 million offer was reportedly rejected by Real Madrid as the club is not keen on cashing on their star defender as the transfer could turn the fans hostile towards the President. However a bid of a 90 million could convince Real Madrid to part with their newly appointed captain.
Manchester United on the other hand are unlikely to match Real Madrida s exorbitant asking price and are using David De Gea as a leverage in this deal. The message from Old Trafford is clear- De Gea will not be allowed to leave for Madrid unless Real allow Ramos to move the other way.
David De Gea Will Not Be Allowed To Leave Unless Real Madrid Allow Sergio Ramos To Leave
This Mexican stand-off is likely to dominate the headlines for the summer but reports suggest that Real Madrid are already working on a deal to bring David De Gea to Spain on a free transfer next season. If Manchester United were to force the goal-keeper to stay for the summer, Real Madrid will pay De Gea a a compensation packagea in order to complete the transfer next season.
A report from Marca read: But if the worst comes to the worst, both the club and the player are calm as they have come to an agreement that if United won’t let them this summer, then he will become a ‘Los Blancos’ keeper the next one. The pact drawn up between the two parties dictates that should Real decide to go back on the plan, they would have to pay the keeper the equivalent of what will be a year’s salary at his future club a a cool a 5 million net.
With no resolution in sight, it seems that Manchester United are winning the David De Gea tug of war this summer with Real Madrid retaining the services of Sergio Ramos in order to placate their fans over the departure of Iker Casillas.