Manchester United prime target and Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos has revealed of his intentions to leave, and requested the club to listen to any potential offers, as per Cope.
The Spain international has been a subject of rife speculation, with Madrid reportedly revealing the price that would be enough to price Ramos from the Bernabeau
And with David de Gea inclining for a move to Real, it has given the Red Devils an impetus to lure Ramos, with a possibility of a cash plus swap deal being discussed.
Cope, the Spanish tabloid has now claimed that Ramos met Real Madrid general manager Jose Angel Sanchez in Valdebebas earlier today, and has informed that he wants to leave. The player also has appealed Sanchez to listen to any bids worth considering, also telling them to lower the nature of the demands.
Ramos whose contract ends in 2017, has not yet committed his future to Los Blancos, and talks of a renewal have hit snag, with the club unhappy and reluctant to meet the Spaniards atrocious demands.
Besides, the sacking of Carlo Ancelotti has further infuriated the Madrid vice-captain.
UNHAPPY: Sergio Ramos was unhappy to see Ancelotti leave
United meanwhile remain in the hunt for a world class centre-half, and are also keeping tabs on Valencia defender Nicolas Otamendi.
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