Former Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos, has made a decision on his next club this summer.
According to AS, Ramos would prefer a move to Manchester United over their Premier League rivals Manchester City if he ends up making a move to England this summer.
Ramos officially left Real Madrid last week after spending 16 years at Santiago Bernabeu, where he won a total of 22 trophies.
Ramos, who moved to Real Madrid in 2005 in a €27 million move from Sevilla, has also attracted huge interest from Paris Saint Germain (PSG).
United could do with a new central defender, with Ramos surely an upgrade on players like Victor Lindelof and Eric Bailly at the club, even if he’s not getting any younger.
The 35-year-old conceded during his emotional farewell ceremony last Thursday that he wanted to remain at the Spanish club.
Ramos said, “In the last few months, the club [Real Madrid] made me an offer of one year, with a pay cut.
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“It wasn’t a financial problem. They [Real Madrid] offered me one year, I wanted two. I wanted calm and continuity for my family.
“In the latest conversations, I accepted the offer with a pay cut, and I was told there was no longer an offer. I was told that despite having given the OK to the proposal, it had an expiry date and I didn’t realise … It surprised me.”