Sergio Ramos urges Real Madrid to sign Manchester United ace

Sergio Ramos urges Real Madrid to sign Manchester United ace

Sergio Ramos urges Real Madrid to sign Manchester United ace

Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos has urged the club to make another move for Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea in 2018, according to reports.

Talksport report via Spanish source Don Balon that Ramos wants De Gea at the Santiago Bernabeu at all costs, and has personally requested that the club make another effort to sign him.

The Manchester United stopped came within minutes of joining los Blancos back in 2015, but a broken fax machine stopped the deal from going through on time and the deal fell through.

However, his contract at Old Trafford expires in 2019, and if the Red Devils want to get good value then next summer would be the best time to sell him.

De Gea came through at Madrid’s city rivals Atletico, joining United back in 2011 where has has since established himself as one of the best goalkeepers in the world.

In six seasons in Manchester he has played almost 300 times, winning the Premier League title, FA Cup, League Cup and Europa League.

Zinedine Zidane is supposedly looking for an upgrade on current stopper Keylor Navas, with reports that the European champions are also monitoring Thibaut Courtois’ contract situation at Chelsea.

They have also been linked with 23 year-old goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga from Athletic Bilbao, who is De Gea’s deputy for the Spanish national team. He will be available for free next summer.

Read our list of the Top 10 Players Who Will Be Free Agents In 2018 here!

Sergio Ramos urges Real Madrid to sign Manchester United ace

Sergio Ramos urges Real Madrid to sign Manchester United ace

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Sergio Ramos urges Real Madrid to sign Manchester United ace

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