It’s been a few months since Sérgio Ramos’ latest saga to renew his contract with Real Madrid start, and part of the Spanish media now believe this situation has come to an end.

On Cope, journalist Siro López explains that the defender told his club he’s not accepting their latest offer, adding that he’s moving to another European side instead.

Many outlets have been covering the news, including Fichajes, who add that ‘everything indicates’ Ramos is now on his way to Manchester United.

Even though Real Madrid still have time to negotiate, the Galacticos consider they’ve put everything they can on the table, and are now accepting that their captain is leaving.

Siro López claims there are no bad feelings between club and player, saying this is a simple negotiation which couldn’t reach a common point. He takes Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure as an example, as the Portuguese star still has a very good relationship with president Florentino Perez.

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Siro Lopez has shared the same information on El Golazo de Gol, and when covering the news, outlet El Confidencial highlights how reliable the journalist is.

‘The news comes from the highest levels of the club, from one of those journalists who drink from good sources and is not characterised by jumping in the pool and less with a matter of this depth. The journalist Siro López has been resounding. Sergio Ramos has informed the club that he is not going to renew.’

Regarding Sérgio Ramos’ destination, the only thing Siro López is sure of is that he’s not moving to another Spanish club, since he doesn’t name any potential competitors for his signing.

Meanwhile, the likes of Manchester United and Paris Saint Germain continue being pointed out by other Spanish outlets as the most likely destinations for the 34-year-old.

Even though Fichajes now see the Red Devils as the main contenders, local stories recently claimed the Premier League club are worried about the defender’s knee injury.

Ramos has recently had a minor knee operation, and given he turns 35-years-of-age next month it would certainly be a surprising move for Manchester United to make