$60m Agreement already Reached – Everything in Place for Man United to Seal Superstar Signing

Manchester UnitedThe transfer saga surrounding Real Madrid star Sergio Ramos and Manchester United has been going on since the past few weeks.

According to reports, the matter might be resolved soon as Los Blancos who were adamant about not selling Ramos are now prepared to sell.

The Red Devils have already reached huge agreement worth $60million with Sergio Ramos. The only issue was the price, now that has been defined by Madrid as well to finally seal deal.

However, Manchester United will have to break the bank to secure the services of the Spanish international.

The Red Devils paid a mammoth £59.7m to sign Argentine international Angel Di Maria from Real Madrid last summer.

Now, as per the provided Metro link, the La Liga giants have asked for a fee of £63.7m from Man United if they are to secure signing of Ramos.

Without a shadow of a doubt, Ramos will be a world class addition in United’s defense but that asking price for someone who will turn 30 next year is baffling.

Not only is he a top defender but also contributed effectively in attack as well. La Roja defender has scored 55 goals and provided 31 assists in 445 games for Real Madrid.

Nevertheless, there are no reports yet whether United are willing to pay that price. We shall see how the saga unfolds in the coming weeks.

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3 Responses to $60m Agreement already Reached – Everything in Place for Man United to Seal Superstar Signing

  1. Okidi Tom says:

    Basing on reality how can Ramos of 29 years be at that price, it is De Gea who is supposed to be at price; Man Utd should use that money to buy Lacazatte(21m pounds) and Schneiderlin(3om pounds), the amount of money to buy the 2 player total up to 51m pounds,still less than (63.7 m pounds) by (12.7m pounds); this (12.7 m pounds) can be used to buy the young right back who is wanted by Man Utd. All in all the (63.7 m pounds)can buy 3 foot ballers who are young; Thanks.

  2. ALFRED says:

    Why not Nicolas Otamendi
    who will be better and can adapt to Vangaal’s strategies. Economical
    The age of Ramos is the one to be given a second thought and physically prone to injuries, and recuperation should not cost Utd more.

  3. David says:

    Its a tiresome business between the two clubs, but why should Real – M want to block Manchester U. whatever they they want to run a serious business with them, Its not wise at all, Manchester U. is a core- run with Real , has been selling some of his key players to Real , and now it has reached a time when Real should accept the relationship between them and do as manchester used to do.