Former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderdon says he is unsure over transfer rumours linking Manchester United with a move for Sami Khedira.
The German international is out of contract at the Bernabeu at the end of the season and is likely to leave, with a host of top clubs chasing him.
Arsenal have been linked with the 28-year-old for some time now, while the latest batch of rumours suggest that Manchester United could be looking to pick him up for nothing in the summer. However speaking to TalkSPORT, Calderon says that a return to Germany is the most likely move for Khedira.
"The last thing I heard was that he was heading to Schalke but I don't know," he said. "What is clear is that he is going to leave Real Madrid at the end of his contract in June.
"He's a good player and he won the World Cup with Germany and the Champions League with Real Madrid and he deserves to play for a good club."
The Sun carry reports this morning that Manchester United will make their move in the summer, while Chelsea have also been credited with an interest.
Manchester United have completed Clyne transfer - journalist
Manchester United have secured a deal for their first summer signing - Southampton right-back Nathaniel Clyne.
This is according to the Mirror’s well-connected journalist David McDonnell, who revealed the news live on MUTV on Tuesday evening.
A video of the moment McDonnell says: “What I’m told is it’s a done deal” can be seen by scrolling down this page.
Daley Blind reveals Rooney derby speech
Manchester United ace Daley Blind has revealed that Wayne Rooney’s pre-match speech prior to the derby clash with Manchester City helped spur the Red Devils to victory last weekend.
Heading into the fixture United had a horrid recent record against their noisy neighbours, having lost their last four encounters. However Louis van Gaal’s in-form side managed to emerge triumphant with an inspirational 4-2 victory, leaving them well on course for Champions League qualification.
As relayed by ESPN Blind has confirmed that captain Rooney might well have had a big part to play in motivating his teammates immediately before they did battle at Old Trafford. According to the Dutchman the England skipper saved his words of wisdom until just before the teams went out.