One of the most heated transfer rumor this summer, the one related to Madrid and Spain’s defender, Sergio Ramos, has yet to be clear. In fact, it may even get messier after a rumor claiming that another Premier League competitor, Man City, is also signaling great interest in signing the center defender. A lot has been said on that issue, perhaps yet to suffice the rumor swirling around the player, who is apparently demanding to get the exit from Santiago Bernabeu.
Manchester United assistant coach, Ryan Giggs, says that the team desires to make crucial signings on real winners with highly proven star power so as to return the club to the top of English football and to restore the winning tradition of the team, which has been absent from the last Champions league campaign. Spain international center back, Sergio Ramos, has said to his current club, Real Madrid, that he literally wants to depart form the club for the Red Devils this summer, in accord with a Guardian Report. The 29 year has been imparted to the Spanish giant no.4’s expected destination I the light of salient interest from The Citizen.
Real Madrid have reported that they demands a high price tag for their defender. It was reported to be at sixty five million pounds for Ramos, which will break the transfer record in British. The current record is held by Angel di Maria, for 59.7 million pounds, last summer. The former Sevilla’s center back contract will end in 2017 and the negotiations pertinent to his contract extension have been unlikely successful.
Real Madrid center back, Sergio Ramos, can be on his way to Man United. However, in spite of the fact that Real Madrid has turned down the offer Man United first offered and while their boss, Louis van Gaal has about 150 million pounds to spend this transfer window, the English club do not want to remain to ransom. Even at the price of forty million euros, Ramos could, dependent on the fluctuating euro-pound exchange rate, become the most expensive defender in the Red Devils’ history, replacing the mighty Rio Ferdinand, that cost 30 million pounds when he departed from Leeds in 2002. It appears that Sergio Ramos is an ideal player to fill in the center gap in the Red devils’ defending pair. This is quite obvious inasmuch as he has won World Cup as well as two European Championship with his country plus the Champions league and 3 La Liga trophies.