Manchester City are set to offer Real Madrid captain, Sergio Ramos a two-year contract
The Premier League champions are hoping to secure the 35-year-old’s services if he cannot reach an agreement over a renewal at Santiago Bernabeu.
Off contract in June, Ramos is yet to agree on terms over a new deal with Real Madrid, which is insisting he accepts a hefty cut on his current wages to stay.
Instead, reports ESPN, Ramos is exploring other opportunities with PSG in contact.
However, City is offering Ramos a two-year deal to play in England before eventually moving to the US to close out his career with their MLS sister club New York City FC.
City has assured Ramos they’re ready to take him on, so long as his contract demands fall within their wage structure.