Sergio Ramos is allegedly considering leaving Real Madrid and heading to the Premier League.
The centre-back is out of contract at the end of the campaign with talks continuing over his future.
But according to Onda Cero, Sergio is ‘thinking about leaving’ and has ‘proposals from Italy and England’.
Paris Saint-Germain are also believed to be in the race for the 34-year-old defender.
The report adds that the Spaniard could be looking for one final big payday and that might not be at La Liga giants who are hopeful of reducing the current wage bill.
The Parisians are reportedly set to offer Sergio an eye-watering contract worth £54 million after tax in an audacious move.
According to AS, French champs will offer a three-year contract worth £18m per season after tax.
But there are also reports that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United are ready to launch their move.
The Norwegian manager would no doubt jump at the chance to sign an experienced, top-quality defender and leader.
And Ramos – who has 660 Los Blancos appearances, 178 Spain caps and 18 major trophies for country and club – certainly fits the bill.
But if contrary claims are to be believed, all is not over for him at the Bernabeu.
As reported by El Chiringuito, Sergio ‘has an agreement’ with club chairman Florentino Perez of a two-year deal worth £10 millon a season.
There will even be the option of a third year, that would take the Spaniard past his 38th birthday.