Report: Ramos Considers Real Exit, 2 Clubs Interested
Reports coming of Spain claim Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos is considering leaving the Spanish giants, with two clubs already keen on the defender.
According to El Chringuito and Marca, the defender is contemplating a departure due to the conflict between himself and club president Florentio Perez.
Following the team's Champions League elimination at the hands of Ajax Amsterdam, it was reported that the two had a big row in the dressing room after the match.
It is believed the situation has calmed down, although AS claim Ramos' relationship with Perez has 'completely broken down' and they barely communicate with each other.
The report also claims the 33-year-old is not happy with club talk from within the club, which insinuate that he took too long to recover from a calf injury which he picked up in the beginning of April.
Marca report that Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain have enquired Ramos' future in the Spanish capital, but their interest was rejected.
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