SERGIO RAMOS has reportedly received transfer offers from Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich.
The Spanish centre-back will become a free agent on July 1 following the expiration of his contract with Real Madrid.
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A number of Europe's big teams are understood to be contemplating signing the World Cup winner, with Manchester United long-term suitors.
But Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side are NOT among the sides who have made an official approaches, according to ESPN, with the 35-year-old reportedly weighing up offers from City, PSG and Bayern.
They claim the veteran defender is going through the pros and cons of each potential move.
It's said that City are willing to offer Ramos a two-year contract at Eastlands, which they'd 'reassess' in the summer of 2023.
Ramos, however, is said to have reservations about a move to Manchester.
The four-time Champions League winner is reportedly concerned about the 'impact' a move to Manchester would have on his four sons, and wife Pilar Rubio.
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Ramos' imminent exit from Madrid brings about the end of a 16-year love affair with Los Blancos.
But according to Real president Florentino Perez, the former Sevilla man was offered a new deal at the Bernabeu.
During an appearance on El Transistor, Perez said: "I had a tough time at Sergio Ramos' farewell [event].
"I love Sergio Ramos like a son.
"I wasn't with him at the [farewell] press conference because I've never been to a press conference with any player.
"I have an adoration for Sergio Ramos, and I'm not going to talk about the bickering.
"He has been a legend at Real Madrid and that's what we Real Madrid fans are left with.
"We offered him a contract, we gave him a deadline and he didn't accept it.
"He was thinking about other things and life goes on. He will do very well for sure, and this is his home.
"I would be delighted if Sergio Ramos went to a club that offered him what we have not been able to offer him."
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