Former Real Madrid president doubts Sergio Ramos move.


Sergio Ramos has recently been linked with a surprise move to Old Trafford.

Rumours has it that the Spain international, who joined Real Madrid from Sevilla back in 2005, is demanding a pay rise but the La Liga giants aren't willing to match his wage demands.

However, former Real Madrid president Roman Calderon says Manchester United would be "very lucky" to secure a move for Ramos – who has spent 10 years at the Bernabeu.

Calderon told talkSPORT: "Sergio Ramos is an icon for the fans of Real Madrid. He is leader on and off the field.

"I don't know if he is the best centre-back in the world but no doubt he is one of the best.

"It is clear that he is unhappy because the president has refused to extend his contract. If Sergio goes to Man United, they will be very lucky."

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