Liverpool have reportedly ‘been in touch' with Real Madrid over the signing Sergio Ramos

Ramos left Salah in tears after injuring him in Kiev

Sergio Ramos has been a great servant to Real Madrid.

In the past 14 seasons Ramos has made 606 appearances and scored 84 times for Real.

He's helped Los Blancos to 20 major titles, including four La Liga's and four Champions Leagues.

Upon his retirement he will go down as one of the club's best ever defenders.

But, despite being such a loyal servant, Ramos could well be on the move this summer.

Multiple reports have surfaced in Spain claiming that Ramos is considering his future at the club.

AS claim that he's considering leaving the club due to a conflict with Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez.

The two had a row after Real's Champions League exit to Ajax in March and their relationship has completely broken down.

Ramos is also hurt over critical messages about him coming from within the club, that he failed to help his team-mates towards the end of the campaign and that he was thinking far too much about his wedding on 15 June.

So, if Ramos does decide to leave, where will he go?

Sergio Ramos injured Mohamed Salah in the 2018 Champions League final

According to AS, two clubs have made contact with Ramos' representatives: Manchester United and Liverpool.

Of course, Ramos is not popular at all on Merseyside.

During the 2018 Champions League, it was Ramos' challenge that forced Mohamed Salah midway through the first half with a shoulder injury.

Salah was left in tears and Real Madrid went on to win the game 3-1.

In the aftermath, Ramos claimed Salah could have played on in the second half if he had an injection in his shoulder.

Sergio Ramos is considering leaving Real Madrid - with Liverpool having made contact

A few months later he then hinted that Salah was to blame for his injury, claiming the Egyptian forward 'pulled his arm first'.

Understandably, Ramos' comments only wound up Liverpool fans even more.

Jurgen Klopp came out to the media and said that Ramos' challenge was 'harsh' and later claimed he did not like Ramos' comments in the aftermath.

But, despite Ramos being one of the most hated men on the red half of Merseyside, if reports are to be believed Liverpool are interested in bringing him to the club.

What a sensational transfer that would be...

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