July 05, 2015 11:41:15 UK
Sergio Ramos has hinted that he could stay with Real Madrid this summer after claiming “all is well” when quizzed about his future at the club.
The 29-year-old Spain international defender has been heavily linked with a move to the Premier League as Manchester United have consistently been linked with a move to sign him when it emerged he wanted to leave the Santiago Bernabeu.
Indeed the Red Devils failed with a reported £28.6million bid for Ramos last week as Los Blancos continue to be linked with a move to take goalkeeper David De Gea in the opposite direction this summer.
I’m not negotiating with anyone.
It was still being claimed that Ramos, who has scored 40 goals and made 313 league appearance for Los Blancos since joining in 2005, wanted to leave the club in the transfer window.
But he has muddied the waters now by insistsing that “I’m not negotiating with anyone” when quizzed how talks over a move were progressing.
When asked if he would be remaining in the Spanish capital to work under new Real Madrid coach Rafael Benitez, Ramos added to Canal Cuatro: “All is well”.
If Ramos stays put it will be a boost to Benitez and Real, who are 2.62 to win La Liga ahead of reigning champions Barcelona and 6.50 to lift the Champions League trophy next season.
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