SERGIO RAMOS is reportedly "considering his future" at Real Madrid.

And the news will delight some of Europe's biggest clubs, with Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain sure to declare an interest.

Marca is reporting that the centre-half is considering taking up a new challenge, as he believes it could be beneficial for him and the club.

The Spanish newspaper also claims that United and PSG have been asking about the 33-year-old throughout the season.

Things hit a real low point for Real captain Ramos this season when his side were knocked out of the Champions League by Ajax.

Ramos confirmed he had a bust-up with team-mate Marcelo in training.

And the Spanish centre-half hinted that there was indeed a disagreement with president Florentino Perez, but that it was "resolved".


SunSport reported how Ramos called a "players only" meeting to try and sort out the current mess at Real Madrid – just days after threatening to quit the club.

It was potentially there that he thrashed out his differences with Marcelo.

It is understood the Los Blancos captain pulled the stars together in the changing room before training with three clear messages.

According to El Partidazo de COPE, Ramos wanted to see commitment until the end of the season even though they could not win the league, do all they can to finish second ahead of Atletico Madrid and show absolute respect to then manager, Santiago Solari.

They finished eight points behind Atletico in the league, and Solari was sacked.

On whether he had a fall-out with Marcelo, Ramos wrote at the time: "We have argued in all training. It is part working with tension.

"But it is just something like so many other things that happen on a daily basis.

"Marcelo is like a brother."

Manchester United, desperate to sign a commanding centre-half, will take kindly to the news emerging out of Spain.

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