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Real Madrid set the price for Ramos if Manchester United want to sign the defender

The club will negotiate if United offer €110 million, according to COPE.

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Real Madrid will not sell Sergio Ramos this summer unless a big offer comes their way. Manchester United would need to spend €110 million if they want Madrid to enter the talks, according to Cadena COPE.

They will analyze the offers they get and see what they can do. Ramos' release clause is €200 million, but Real Madrid would talk if someone offers €110 million. They count on Ramos, though. It's all a matter of money, they are calm, said COPE's Melchor Ruiz.

Now, Manchester United will not want to spend that much on Ramos. The latest reports suggested that United would launch a €45 million+David De Gea offer that could be tempting, but if COPE's report is to be trusted, Real Madrid would decline said offer.

Ramos and Real Madrid's CEO José Ángel Sánchez held a meeting in Valdebebas yesterday. Some reports say that they wanted to get everything solved while AS indicates that Ramos asked for a way out.

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