AC Milan cannot be totally excluded from the running for Sergio Ramos, who will leave Real Madrid, but there are big hurdles to overcome.
Calciomercato.it reports that Siro López has told El Golazo de Gol that the 34-year-old has informed Real that he will not renew his contract and that his future will be at another European club.
The report continues by adding that PSG are ready to come forward with an offer for the centre-back, while Manchester United also have the finances to be able to table the kind of contract he would want.
In Italy, Ramos has been linked with Juventus and the Bianconeri – as seen with the signings of Cristiano Ronaldo and Matthjis de Ligt – have shown that they are capable of such high-profile additions. Ramos would also reunite with his former team-mate in CR7.
In recent days Sergio Ramos has also been linked with Milan, the report adds, and with qualification to the Champions League it could become a temptation for the Spaniard, who has never hidden his admiration for Paolo Maldini. The problem is the high salary that Ramos would expect.