Manchester City are ‘not considering’ a move for Sergio Ramos after his departure from Real Madrid this summer.
That’s according to AS, who say that sources close to the club have insisted he is not even on their radar.
Ramos is set to depart the Bernabeu this summer after seeing his contract come to an end, and he’s subsequently been linked with all the big clubs in Europe.
That includes Manchester City, who could be looking for a new center-back if Aymeric Laporte were to push for a move away.
AS, though, say they are not ‘considering’ Ramos despite the fact that his entourage ‘offered’ him to those in charge at the Etihad a few weeks ago.
The club’s idea is keep Laporte, and sources close to the club have told AS that it is not in Pep Guardiola’s plans to strengthen in the position.
Their idea is to keep Laporte and maintain their current quartet, but even if he were to leave then, Fernandinho would drop back as another option after filling in that position over the last year or so.
This all backs up what has been reported in England, with Ramos looking far more likely to end up at PSG, who are among his ‘favourite’ options anyway.