SERGIO RAMOS wants Manchester United to be his next club after a chat with David Beckham, according to reports.
The Real Madrid captain’s deal expires at the end of the season and he is already free to sign a pre-contract agreement with non-Spanish clubs.
Sergio Ramos ‘wants to move to Man Utd’Credit: Getty Images – Getty
David Beckham told the Spaniard all about life at Old TraffordCredit: AFP
Ramos, 34, turned down a two-year Bernabeu extension having been asked to take a ten per cent pay cut and Zinedine Zidane admitted his skipper could leave.
No talks have since taken place between the club and his representatives as the Spaniard edges closer to free agency with four Premier League clubs being linked.
The Real legend still expects to earn more than £200,000-a-week wherever he moves.
As a result, only a handful of clubs can afford his wages.
But the Spain international does not fancy PSG and his representatives will target a move to Old Trafford instead, according to the Mirror.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would no doubt jump at the chance to bring an experienced, top-quality centre-back and leader into his side.
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He also heard all about life at Old Trafford through former team-mate Beckham when the pair played together at Real.
Ramos is said to have rejected lucrative move to Asia because his family don’t want to live there.
Manchester City and Liverpool could both afford Ramos’ wages but such a transfer is believed to be ‘very difficult’.
However, no club is being ruled out which could prick Everton’s interest as Carlo Ancelotti managed Ramos at Real between 2013 and 2015.
Earlier this month it emerged United agreed not to ‘aggressively’ sign Ramos as part of a special ‘Covid’ pact between Europe’s elite clubs.
Ramos and Becks are close friends after their time together at the BernabeuCredit: Instagram @davidbeckham