Ramos Looks set to leave Madrid but is it to United or City?


Earlier today we reported that Manchester City was looking to take advantage of the stalemate between Manchester United and Real Madrid by making a move to beat United to the signing of Spanish international defender Sergio Ramos.

Since then Real Madrid has appeared to have lined up the 29-year-olds replacement after the father of Valencia full-back Shkodran Mustafi confirmed that Real Madrid had made contact with his son.

Kujtim Mustafi told Sport1: ‘It is true, there was contact by telephone about this matter.

‘Madrid are a great club with a lot of success. And of course I would be lying if I said that I would not be proud if my son signed for this club.’

From what we understand United has reportedly offered £49.6million for Ramos, with no news yet on any bid from rivals Manchester City.