Manchester United have made an improved offer for Sergio Ramos, who has told Real Madrid that he wants to move to Old Trafford.
Ramos is currently playing hard ball with current club Real Madrid over a new and improved contract after citing a negativity towards new boss Rafael Benitez.
The World Cup winning centre-back has been a pinnacle figure at the Santiago Bernabeu in recent seasons, playing well under boss Jose Mourinho and Carlo Ancelotti.
Benitez’s arrival at Madrid has caused some doubts with Ramos leading a long list of players to question president Florentino Perez’s plans.
His unhappiness is said to be interesting a number of clubs with Man United boss Louis van Gaal heavily linked to a move.
And, it is confirmed by Sky Sports source and La Liga pundit Graham Hunter that the defender told Madrid bosses that he wants a move to United this summer after a second bid of £28.6m was submitted.