Real Madrid’s Sergio Ramos (Photo by Power Sport Images / Getty Images)

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Real Madrid recently announced the signing of David Alaba for a free transfer from Bayern Munich. The Austrian defender has signed a five-year deal with Los Blancos, along with a whooping cough package that would make him € 12 million a year.

After Alaba’s arrival, tension over Sergio Ramos’ renewal has intensified. ESPN reports that Manchester City are ready to offer Ramos a two-year deal if they fail to reach an agreement with Real Madrid.

Negotiations between Sergio Ramos and Florentino Perez had stalled since January as the 35-year-old asked for a two-year extension with an increase in pay, while Perez stuck with his offer of a one-year extension with a 10% reduction in salary. Similar to what Luka Modric was recently offered.

Could Sergio Ramos leave Real Madrid?

If negotiations between the captain and the club don’t continue by June 30, Ramos will become a free agent. Manchester City want the Spaniard to spend two years at Etihad Stadium ready to renew his contract by playing another season in the MLS with New York City Fc. The MLS club is part of the CFG aka City Football Group, which also includes Manchester City.

Pep Guardiola values ​​Ramos’ experience and wants the 35-year-old to form a solid partnership with Ruben Dias next season. According to City data analysts, Ramos’ level of performance and physical condition are still at a superior level to survive in the Premier League for at least two years via ESPN’s above report.

Sergio Ramos will certainly try to renegotiate a deal with Real Madrid but Alaba’s signing could complicate matters. The Austrian was given a five-year contract together with an expensive package worth 12 million euros per year.

That’s the same salary Sergio Ramos is earning a year after serving the club for over a decade. Ramos will demand an increase in his wages and Florentino opposes acceptance of his demands. The Spaniard could really be on his way to Manchester City.