Reports on Monday claimed the defender had informed the club of his desire to leave the club for Man United but his parent says he wants to stay put
The mother of Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos has denied speculation her son wants to join Manchester United.
There were widespread reports on Monday that the defender had informed Madrid of his desire to move to Old Trafford, with United said to have made a bid for the 29-year-old.
Ramos’s discontent at the Bernabeu is believed to stem from president Florentino Perez’s failure to deliver on his promise to reward him with a new and improved contract.
But, in a fresh twist to the saga, the Spain international’s mother has revealed his intention remains to stay at Madrid.
Paqui Ramos told Antena 3: “Of course, his first choice is to stay at Madrid. Manchester United? I don’t think so, he wants to stay in Spain.”
At the start of the month, Barcelona presidential candidate Jordi Majo claimed he had been offered Ramos by his agent as an ‘electoral trump card’.
His representative later denied Majo’s comments.
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