Manchester United are considering offering a two-year contract to Sergio Ramos, according to reports.
Ramos' contract with Real Madrid expires in the summer, but the Spanish defender and LaLiga side have not yet reached an agreement regarding extending his stay beyond the summer of 2021.
The delay in contract extension has seen Ramos being linked with an exit, with the likes of Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain said to be interested in signing the 34-year-old. With his contract up in six months, he is also free to talk to potential suitors and sign pre-contract agreement.
The hold-up in negotiation has alerted Man United, according to Grand Hotel Calciomercato [via Football365], who also add the Premier League giants are considering offering a two-year contract to Ramos.
Man United could sign Ramos on a free transfer in the summer if he does not renew his contract with Real Madrid, and it makes sense for the Red Devils to land a deal for Ramos, who is still considered to be among the best defenders in the world.
Although Ramos and Real Madrid are reported to be far apart in contract negotiations, both parties could still struck a new deal before the summer, since the defender still plays a vital role for the Spanish side.