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Both Manchester clubs and Chelsea are on alert as Spanish international defender Sergio Ramos weighs up his current situation at Real Madrid.

The 29-year-ols Spanish international is a world-class defender that any team would want in their ranks, yet with only two years still remaining on his current contract at the Santiago Bernabeu, all talk of a new contract has gone quiet, with Ramos now thinking about a possible move to the Premiership.

Tom Hopkinson in the Sunday People writes that Ramos is not happy with his current situation, and will speak to club president Florentino Perez next week to see where he stands with new manager Rafa Benitez taking over the reins from Carlo Ancelotti, and if he does not hear the answer he wants may ask for a transfer.

As for Real Madrid, they would of course like to keep him, but also know that this summer will see some massive deals done, and that they could possibly get as much as £50 million for the defender if they decide to sell.