Manchester United have been told they will have to cough up £65m if they are to have any chance of signing Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos, according to TalkSport.
The centre-back has been at the Bernabeu for the past ten seasons, racking up almost four hundred and fifty appearances in all competitions and scoring fifty-five goals.
During his time in the Spanish capital, the 29 year old has won a number of trophies, including three La Liga titles, two Copa Del Reys and the Champions League.
Internationally, he has been capped one hundred and twenty-eight times for Spain, leaving him third behind Iker Casillas and Xavi on their all-time appearances list.
Real have already rejected an offer of £35m from United, who are expected to make an improved bid though that will not include goalkeeper David De Gea, who has been strongly linked with a move to Rafa Benitez’s side in recent weeks.