Man United transfers: Sergio Ramos gives update on his future
Manchester United target Sergio Ramos insists he has not entered into talks with any potential suitors
Sergio Ramos has insisted that he is not in negotiations with any interested clubs amid ongoing uncertainty surrounding his future.
The Spain international has been heavily linked with a move to Manchester United in recent weeks after reports emerged suggesting that manager Rafael Benitez is ready to sell the centre-half.
The Red Devils target, who helped Spain win the World Cup in 2010, has two years remaining on his current contract with the 10-time European champions.
However, Ramos, 29, insisted that he was not entered into talks with any potential suitors despite media speculation to the contrary.
“I am not negotiating with anyone,” Ramos is quoted as saying by AS English.
Asked if he was going to stay at Madrid, Ramos replied: ““All is very well.”
Ramos has won three La Liga titles, three Copa del Rey crowns and the Champions League.
The Real Madrid defender is set to become a free agent in the summer of 2017 unless the World Cup winner agrees a new deal with the 10-time European champions.
The World Cup winner scored four goals in 42 games in all competitions for Los Blancos last term.