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29-Year-Old Defender     Real Madrid  La Liga


Birthdate:  March 30, 1986    Birthplace:  Camas    Nationality:  Spain    Height:  6' 0"    

July 30, 2015    Sergio Ramos News

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Ramos has signed a new contract at Real Madrid to keep him at the club until 2020, ESPN reports.

Ramos has finally put rumors he'd be moving to Manchester United to bed by penning a new 5-year deal with Real. Reports suggest that Ramos' deal will be announced just before the start of the new campaign in August and he will earn nearly 9 million per season.

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July 27, 2015

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Ramos is close to signing a new contract with Real Madrid, Daily Mail reports.

Despite all the speculation that the Spanish international may depart for Manchester United this summer, it appears that Ramos is now on the verge of penning a new contract with Real Madrid. Club president Florentino Perez is reportedly currently holding talks with Ramos in China where the club are on a pre-season tour.

July 23, 2015

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Real Madrid manager Rafael Benitez said that he is certain Ramos will not leave Spain for Manchester United this summer, reports Sky Sports.

Ramos has been the subject of a long transfer saga between the two clubs, but it would appear as though the potential move is not going to happen. Manchester United has been using David de Gea's desire to move to the Spanish club as bait to secure Ramos, but at this point it doesn't seem likely that a deal will happen soon, if at all.

July 17, 2015

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Ramos will be the subject of a final 35 million bid from Manchester United and the English club will tell Real to accept it, The Independent reports.

The long-running saga of a potential move for Ramos to Manchester United appears to be coming to a head, with the English club demanding that Real accept their final 35 million offer. Reports suggest that if Real do not bow to this demand then any deal for goalkeeper David de Gea moving the other way will be off the table.

July 2, 2015

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Ramos will only leave Real Madrid for Manchester United according to president Ramon Calderon, BBC Sport reports.

Calderon has added fuel to the rumors that Ramos may be headed to England this summer by confirming that the player is eager to play for Manchester United. He said "I know Sergio has told the general manager to listen to offers they get from Manchester United...he only wants to go to United." Ramos may still be part of Real's upcoming tours of the United States and Australia but Calderon has stated that Ramos currently has a concerning "lack of affection" for Real Madrid.

June 26, 2015

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Real Madrid rejected Manchester United's formal transfer offer for Ramos, reports the Daily Mail.

Ramos is hoping to have his future settled before July 10th when he returns from vacation. Manchester United may submit a revised bid, but their initial effort was thwarted.

June 25, 2015

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Manchester United have lodged a 35 million transfer bid with Real Madrid for Ramos, reports the Daily Mail.

Reports suggest the defender asked Madrid to consider the offer. Speculation regarding his future with the club has greatly increased recently as he has started to make his desire to leave the club public.

June 22, 2015

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Ramos is a target for Manchester United, The Independent reports.

With Real Madrid hitting up their pursuit of Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea, it appears as if he may only be sold if Ramos is included as part of the deal. The Spanish international is unhappy about both Carlo Ancelotti's recent sacking and how his contract has been let to run down to its final two years, so a transfer is plausible.