After fall outs with Real Madrid president Florentino Perez and coach Carlo Ancelotti, Sergio Ramos, might just be available for a move to English heavy weights Chelsea or Manchester City.
With Ramos having worked with Jose Mourinho and Manuel Pellegrini before at Madrid both are very interested in signing the central defender.
Although the Spanish International fell out with Mourinho in Spain, Mourinho believes the both of them could work together.
Man City Manager Pellegrini seems to have more of an interest in Real Madrids Portuguese defender Pepe , But is looking at his teammate Ramos as well.
Ramos this week was sent off once again, Making it his 17th time within his 8 year career with the Spanish giants, The central defender was sent off after bringing down Galatasaray forward Umut Bulut while he was through on goal.
The frustration was clearing shown by manager Ancelotti who made his feelings very clear as he walked off the pitch shouting “Te come la espalda” – Translating as ‘he ate you Back’ and meaning ‘you allowed him to get in behind you’.
Ancelotti has been experimenting with Ramos playing him at right back and central Midfield in the Clasico, But Ramos has been un happy with this as he sees himself as a central defender.
For Real Madrid to allow a move to Barcelona they would have to pay £55m. But Ramos could be available to a Premier League Club for less
Even before his problems the season with manager Ancelotti, Ramos had already fell out with Madrid President Florentino Perez in the Summer.
Trouble began between Ramos and Perez when he asked for a pay rise after Madrid signed 24 yr old Gareth Bale, But Perez refused.
Ramos earns 5 million Euros a year and according to Spanish radio station Cadena Ser, the play and President have not spoken since the fallout of contract talks back in August.
Tensions were high on Thursday when players were handed there new club Audis and Ramos could be seen avoiding any contact with the club president.
But despite Ramos unquestionably high amount of cards giving him the record of most ever cards given to a player in Real Madrid’s history, The Central defender is still amongst the favourites with the fans and Internationally the supporters are 100% behind him.
Written By Steve Milne – Leave your thoughts Below