Sergio Ramos has told United chief executive Ed Woodward privately that he want a move to Old Trafford.
Ramos has recently held talks with Real Madrid’s general manager Jose Angel Sanchez in which he stated his clear desire to leave the club.
Sergio is very positive that he wants to make the switch from Bernabeu to Old Trafford, this is claimed by Spanish newspaper El Pais.
Sergio Ramos tells Woodward he wants a move to Old Trafford!
Manchester United‘s £35million bid for Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos had originally been rejected.
The Spanish Giants informed Ramos of their decision when chief executive Jose Angel Sanchez met the player and his representatives for summit talks at the club’s Valdebebas training headquarters.
Ramos, 29, who has left for a holiday and telling the club that he wants his future resolved by the time the squad meet on July 10, all before Real’s tour over to Australia and China.
Ramos is quite upset that he is currently being undervalued and has indicated he does want to move to Old Trafford rather than use United’s interest to negotiate new terms on his contract.
It is now understood that he earns a net salary of £4m-a-year at the Bernabeu and wants new and improved terms of £6.5m. United are said to be ready to offer him a deal worth a whopping £7.8m to make the move to Old Trafford.
They are now considering a better revised bid, having made a cash offer to Madrid that did not include Red Devils goalkeeper David de Gea.