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Manchester United after Sergio Ramos

The Red Devils could offer €27 million for the Spanish center-back, according to The Telegraph.

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Sergio Ramos has yet to sign a contract extension with Real Madrid. His current contract expires in 2017 and while it would be easy to see both parts reaching an agreement, Ramos' comments in the press indicate that they are not negotiating just yet.

Manchester United want to take advantage of that situation and will offer €27 million for Ramos, according to The Telegraph. Real Madrid will not sell by any means, but the British club is probably trying to unsettle Ramos to see if he'd be willing to join Manchester United in the near future.

Ramos' contract demands with Real Madrid are reportedly very high. The center-back has the potential to be one of the world's greatest defenders but his lack of concentration and his never-ending unhappiness with his contract make him a frustrating player. Real Madrid need to give him a new deal, but Ramos must start focusing his attention on what happens on the pitch and stop making comments about his contract and also about the board's decisions.

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