Doubts over Ramos’ future at Real Madrid
<g data-gr-id="10">Madrid:The</g> problems are mounting for Real Madrid as questions arise about the situation of Spanish central defender Sergio Ramos.
The confusion arose on Friday when Jordi Majo, one of the candidates for the presidency of FC Barcelona, announced that Ramos was a possible signing should he win next month’s election at the club, Xinhua reported on Monday. This supposed offer, which has been denied by Ramos’ camp, comes as the defender is in talks to extend his contract at Real Madrid. Ramos’ current deal is due to expire in 2017 and unless the club is willing to extend that contract in the near future, they would have to consider selling him cheap in 2016 or risk seeing him leave for nothing in two years.
As such it could be a means of pressuring the club into increasing his wages, but Ramos’ situation has apparently been seized on by Manchester United, who know Real want to sign their goalkeeper David de Gea and who see the opportunity of including Ramos in the deal.