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Manchester United want Sergio Ramos in David de Gea deal

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The biggest rumour doing the rounds today is that of Manchester United eyeing Sergio Ramos to end their defensive woes from last season.

As reported by the Mirror, the Spain international and Real Madrid defender is expected to be part of an exchange deal which sees David de Gea move in the opposite direction and complete his long mooted transfer to the Spanish capital. 

Ramos is reportedly unhappy that Real have allowed his current contract to run down to its last two seasons with no negotiations taking place for a new one, while United number one De Gea has been linked heavily with the Spanish giants since December of last year. 

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The 29-year-old defender, who famously scored the injury time equaliser for Madrid in the Champions League final a season ago, has played 27 games for Real Madrid in 2014/15 - having scored four goals and playing a key role at the back. 

New Real boss Rafa Benitez is reportedly after another United target Nicolas Otamendi, who could be brought in as Ramos' replacement if he does decide to leave Los Blacos for the Red Devils.

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Will Ramos be playing his football at Old Trafford come next season?

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