World Cup winner set to meet with Real Madrid to discuss futureReal Madrid defender Sergio Ramos has declared that several English clubs want to sign his client in the summer as contract talks are pending.
Ramos, who joined Real Madrid in 2005 for a fee in the region of €27 million (£23m) from Sevilla has 73 caps for the Spanish national team and is only 24 years old.
Rene Ramos - Sergio's agent - confirmed that his client has been in talks with Real Madrid concerning a new long-term contract with Los Blancos, but stressed that nothing has been agreed yet and although talks are scheduled, the defender has attracted interest from abroad, namely England.
Manchester United, Chelsea and AC Milan have all previously been linked with the World Cup winner, but Rene didn't name any particular clubs.
He told The People: "Some big clubs in England and Italy have been interested in Sergio for some time.
"We expect to have a meeting with the club in the next few months and to analyse the future of Sergio."