The relationship between Real Madrid and Manchester United seems to be on a low and neither club is willing to change that. In fact, Manchester United have their eyes set on making Real Madrid pay for their interest in Cristiano Ronaldo. Sky Sports reported this morning that David Gill has found a brilliant way to torture the Spanish giants: make a move for two of their best players.
Reports this morning suggested that Robinho and Sergio Ramos have attracted interest from a host of European clubs, with Manchester United among them. There is nothing new in United’s reported approach of Robinho, it seems. The Brazilian target has previously stated that Chelsea and Manchester United made enquiries. However reports linking Sergio Ramos with a move away from the Bernabeu have certainly come out of the blue.
Manchester United wants to improve its right back position and after failing to snatch Dani Alves – who moved to Barcelona – it has set its eyes on Sergio Ramos. Unfortunately for the Red Devils, the Spanish full-back declared that he has no intention of leaving Madrid (are you reading, Ronnie?). Robinho’s story is more interesting, however; the Brazilian stated that his future is in the hands of the club.
[Source: Sky Sports]
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