Sergio Ramos desperate for China move
Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos has informed his club that he would like to leave Spain for a move to China, and has instructed his agent to do everything within his power to help secure a move abroad. Ramos had been hoping that after more than a decade of loyalty to Real, he could guarantee a free transfer move away from the club.
Ramos, one of Spain's greatest ever defenders, has informed the club that he will be seeking a transfer away this season and it appears the player has opted against a move to a European rival.
Numerous teams have expressed interest in Ramos, including the likes of Chelsea, Man City and Man Utd, but it appears the Spaniard wants to move to China.
Man City are looking to sign a replacement for Vincent Kompany, who will leave Anderlecht to become player-manager at the end of this season. Ramos is seen a like-for-like replacement for Kompany and the Cityzens are ready to pay the centre-back a world record 600,000 euros per week in England.