Man United could complete a deal for £463,000-per-week Spain international for free next summer.
By SportView | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 1409 views
Manchester United drew their last EPL match, following their 3-3 draw with Everton FC on Saturday.
Manchester United were recently linked with a move for Spanish defender, but a deal couldn't materialize.
However, Manchester United have been handed a boost in securing the service of their transfer target, as a report claims the world class spanish defender has refuses to put a fresh signature into paper, making available for free next summer.
According to Marca, 34-year old Spanish defender have already turned down proposals from the Spanish champions, and there hasn’t been any movement since the rejections, serving as a boost to Manchester United who are believed to be an admirer of the Spaniard player.
He joined the Los Blancos in 2015, and he has being an important player in Zinedine Zidane's squad, being the club's captain.
Sergio Ramos is currently valued at €14m according to transfermrkt, and he earns a weekly wage worth £463,000.
Manchester United fans, do you think Sergio Ramos is needed in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's squad?
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