Manchester United have been linked with a free transfer for Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos this summer. The defender is 34 (35 in March) and coming to the end of his contract with Los Blancos, which has fueled the rumor mill surrounding the player’s future with the club he’s been at since 2005.
Reports this morning claim Sergio Ramos is ready to quit Real Madrid this summer and is targeting a move to Manchester United...— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) January 31, 2021
It is very much worth noting that Sergio Ramos will be 35 years old in March, and is currently going on 35 years old. Did we mention he’d be 35 this summer, which is when he’d supposedly join United? For a ton of wages, we’re assuming?
Sergio Ramos has chosen Manchester United as his next destination. He won't renew with Real Madrid. Figures have already been discussed [€226,000 per week]. [@elchiringuitotv] pic.twitter.com/5evqcNudde— United Zone (@ManUnitedZone_) February 1, 2021
Wow, big numbers! Sounds like perhaps United should consider that when weighing their options. Especially since they’ve only recently been able to start dumping some of their overpaid players that don’t contribute at the level they need.
He does seem to have experience letting players through to De Gea, so at least there’s that to work with! Thanks for clicking!