Man Utd transfer news: Sergio Ramos tells Real Madrid to scrap plan - report

Man Utd transfer news: Sergio Ramos tells Real Madrid to scrap plan – report

MANCHESTER UNITED star David De Gea isn’t the right signing for Real Madrid, Sergio Ramos has reportedly told the club.
The Spanish giants are expected to splash the cash this summer, with Florentino Perez keen to land a new Galactico.

Real, who are currently without a manager following Zinedine Zidane’s shock departure earlier this month, are ready for a summer shake-up.

United No 1 De Gea is a long-term target for Real, with the Spanish giants said to be keen on making a mammoth bid for the goalkeeper.

However, according to Spanish news outlet Diario Gol, Real skipper Ramos has told the club to abandon their plans to sign De Gea.

The centre-half has instead told Real to sign Atletico Madrid keeper Jan Oblak this summer.
Oblak, 26, has an £88m release clause in his current Atletico contract, which runs until 2021.

Diario Gol add that Ramos is keen for Real to complete the controversial deal and sign Oblak from their arch rivals.

The Slovenia international is currently being watched by Liverpool, with Jurgen Klopp keen to land a new No 1 this summer, however, Real are favourites to complete the deal.



United star De Gea has been vocal on his future in recent weeks, with the Spain international revealing he’s fully focused on the World Cup in Russia.

“My future? The important thing is the World Cup and not to think of anything else that can divert you or upset you,” said De Gea.

“You have to be focused on having a good World Cup – we are all good. Hopefully we can go far and win.

“Football is football and a thousand things can happen.

“But I’m always calm. Come what may, I’ll be the same. It is important to be focused and be 100 per cent.”

Source:www.express.co.uk

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