What was crazy to think about just a year ago may become a reality, as all signs point towards Real Madrid’s captain Sergio Ramos wanting to get out of the team in the summer.

Ramos hasn’t been nearly half as dominant in the center of the defense as he once was, and, according to Spanish TV Show El Chiringuito, he’s currently weighing in on the possibility of leaving his beloved club as soon as possible.

Let’s not forget about the fact that Ramos got into a heated altercation with Real Madrid president Florentino Perez following their embarrassing humiliation vs. Ajax in the UEFA Champions League, and he even threatened to leave the club in the summer is Perez didn’t stop blaming and blasting his teammates.

So, according to Marca, Ramos is considering the possibility of making a move out of the team, with Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain reportedly interested in making the most of his sweepstakes.

Also, the report claims the team’s front office is still confident on their chances of keeping their standout captain, as neither him, his representative or any of his siblings have openly talked about his desire to leave the club.

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However, they’re putting together a plan B in case the Spaniard is actually bound to force a move out of Santiago Bernabeu, even after completing the signing of Porto’s Eder Militao.

Ramos wasn’t able to play in Real Madrid’s last 7 games due to injury, and he’s not even at Spain right now as he’s taking some time off to heal and clear off his mind.

He won’t come back to Spain until he meets Luis Enrique and the national team a couple of weeks from now, so he’ll have plenty of time to decide whether he wants to continue playing for Los Blancos or not.

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