The reason why Manchester City ruled out the signing of Sergio Ramos

By Alexis Almosnino

The reason why Manchester City ruled out the signing of Sergio Ramos

The citizen group has changed their plans in the last hours, and they discarded the signing of the Spanish central.

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According to the newspaper AS, Manchester City has ruled out the signing of Sergio Ramos in the next transfer market, despite the fact that many rumors placed the Spanish central defender in the orbit of the current Premier League champion and UEFA Champions League finalist.

Manchester City has no intention of signing Sergio Ramos because they have made the decision to do everything possible to terminate the continuity of Aymeric Laporte, who is with the Spanish team contesting Euro 2020. The left-handed central defender would have informed the club a few months ago of his intention to leave due to the lack of minutes he had as a starter, which is why it began to sound to teams like Real Madrid, Atlético de Madrid and FC Barcelona.

But the plans have changed. Pep Guardiola has asked the board to do everything possible so that he stays because he will have continuity next season, rotating with John Stones and Rúben Días. If the continuity of Laporte is confirmed, Manchester City would keep the four centrals and would not need to add one more to its rotation. Pep Guardiola trusts Dias, Stones, Laporte and Nathan Aké, who is the one who has the least minutes on the team. On the other hand, the SkyBlue ensemble intends to make a large investment to incorporate Jack Grealish and Harry Kane.

On the other hand, Sergio Ramos' situation is increasingly complicated because not many clubs are willing to offer him a long-term contract with a high salary. PSG and Manchester United are the best placed to close their incorporation, but we still have to wait to know the next destination of the Spanish central defender. Milan is another option that has gained strength in recent hours.


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