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City are 'closely monitoring' Ramos' contract situation with an eye to snapping him up as a free agent at the end of the season, according to ESPN.
Man City are closely monitoring Sergio Ramos' situation at Real Madrid with an eye to signing him as a free agent this summer, multiple sources have told @RodrigoFaez & @alexkirkland pic.twitter.com/RvG6TkSyzm
- ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) January 4, 2021
Reports say a deal for the Spaniard would be 'complicated' but the Blues are willing to enter talks to complete the transfer.
Pep Guardiola is a fan of Ramos and would be keen on a transfer to bring him to England.
The report continues by claiming the club see the 34-year-old as a top player who would be an 'interesting' option to provide leadership and experience at the back.
Finally, the Premier League club are prepared to meet Ramos' financial demands, though they are aware that the most likely scenario is that he extends his stay in the Spanish capital.
However, they want to be in pole position should contract talks break down.
Speaking about the player's contract situation, Zinedine Zidane said he wants all contracts to be sorted out as soon as possible.
"We all want [contracts to be signed]," he told reporters on Saturday.
"We want the situation to be sorted as quickly as possible.
"It's in everyone's interests, it would be good for everyone, so hopefully it can be sorted out quickly."
Ramos has been at Real Madrid since 2005 following his £24 million switch from Sevilla.
He's amassed over 400 appearances for the club, winning five La Liga and four Champions League titles during his illustrious career.
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