Premier League side Manchester United are currently being linked with a transfer move for several players including Jadon Sancho, Sergio Ramos, Rafael Varane, Erling Braut Haaland,Pau Torres, Christian Romero and Kieran Trippier. But only time will tell.With the Red devils still paying full attention on possible ways to land Borussia Dortmund star attacker Jason Sacho, another door has been widely opened for them and now it's a matter of their good persuasion to end the deal.
According to sports specialist Fabrizio, Real Madrid have officially announced the departure of Spaniard International Sergio Ramos,who have been highly linked with a move to Pac de princes and Old Trafford.It is with the respect that Carlo Ancelotti tried to convince him to stay beyond next year,but he had his mind set to try a new environment elsewhere,and now the battle is between two top Elite Clubs (PSG and Manchester United),who will are both yawning for his signature.
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