Manchester United are rumoured to be in the race for Real Madrid skipper Sergio Ramos. Ramos’ agent is reportedly flying to Manchester to prepare an agreement, but there is nothing yet.
Speaking on the transfer rumour on the Here We Go podcast, Fabrizio Romano mentioned that such big player free agent deals are always open races with big clubs involved. PSG are the only club that have actually shown interest.
They are not going to buy the player and are only interested in signing Ramos as a free agent. Nothing concrete has been achieved with United. However, PSG are willing to match his demands of having a two-year contract and his salary too.
Other players can leave Madrid, and the club have been linked with a change in manager too. Loanees Martin Odegaard or Ceballos could leave too. The Isco situation is complicated and is stuck. He is pushing to leave Madrid, but there are no permanent bids for the player.
loan offers were deemed unacceptable by Madrid for the Spaniard. With the situation developing, the summer situation will be interesting. He wants to leave due to a severe lack of minutes on the pitch. Lucas Vasquez also has no agreement with the club regarding a new contract.
Big changes could be in place at Real Madrid Next summer, with Los Blancos being heavily linked with a big-money bid for Kylian Mbappe.
However, one of the greatest challenges in making those changes lies in the situation surrounding Gareth Bale and Tottenham.
If he continues like the way he is, he has no chances of staying. People around the club are expecting something to change within the Welshman. They want him to change his attitude, more specifically, along with manager Jose Mourinho.
Real Madrid will have to deal with the situations surrounding Ramos, Vasquez, Isco, Marcelo and the potentially returning wages of Gareth Bale, which is a recipe for a big mess in the works.
Daniel Levy and co., however, hope that he can change things around or the player will be back at the Spanish capital. Right now, the performances from him are not at the level that they want and the second half of the season will tell whether Bale ends up staying in London or returning to Madrid again.