Sergio Ramos insists he has not opened talks with any potential suitors despite speculation regarding a transfer to Manchester United.
The Spain international’s future at Real Madrid has been uncertain ever since reports suggested he felt the club’s hierarchy were not showing him or some of the current players respect after given so many years service.
Manchester United, on the other hand, are allegedly holding out for a deal to be agreed before handing first choice goalkeeper David de Gea over the opposite way.
However, Ramos, 29, is quoted as to saying he was not entered into talks with any potential suitors despite media speculation to the contrary.
“I am not negotiating with anyone,” Ramos told AS English.
Asked if he was going to stay at Madrid, Ramos replied: ““All is very well.”
Ramos has won three La Liga titles, three Copa del Rey triumphs and the Champions League at Real Madrid.