Both Manchester United and Manchester City would fight Paris St. Germain for the signature, according to the AS, of Real Madrid's superstar Sergio Ramos.
Real Madrid last night announced through an official declaration that Ramos is leaving the Santiago Bernabeu with the contract to expire by the end of the season.
In the last 16 years, Spanish top-notch designer has added his name to Real Madrid's history books, but all good things have to finally stop.
While Ramos is 35, he's far from complete. The veteran has moved to another high level and left a competition football tank for several years.
Although it is not thought that Ramos would move to the MLS, Qatar, China or any other category utilized by players as a revenue collection in the late stage of her career, his intentions remain unclear.
What we know, or what AS reports, is that when his contract ends on 30 June, Manchester United, Manchester City, and Paris Saint-Germain will all sign Ramos.
Which of the leaders of the race and which part is the personal preference of Ramos, is now unclear.
Man United has to strengthen behind it, because Harry Maguire currently does not have a competent back-centric partner capable of complimenting his talents.
Man City is blessed with a wealth of skill in the middle but in recent years has lost numerous important and prominent people. It might not be such a bad idea to sign the experience of the summer.
With regard to PSG, Ramos presumably would create a center-back pairing with Presnel Kimpembe with Marquinhos' capacity to play a central part in the middle field. This would probably be the most meaningful move.