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Manchester United and Liverpool made moves to try to sign Sergio Ramos, according to reports.

Both Marca and El Chiringuito reported that Ramos is facing a departure from Real Madrid after a meeting with President Florentino Perez earlier this month.

The experienced Spanish defender would have clashed with Perez in the locker room after the defeat in the Champions League against Ajax.

According to the AS, Liverpool and United are now among those who made contact with representatives of Ramos as they seek to give him a flight route from the Bernabeu this summer.

Several clubs have been warned about his situation, with Juventus also interested, but he may be ready for a Premier League exchange.

Sergio Ramos was approached by Liverpool and Man Utd

Ramos, 33, could be ready to face a new challenge after 14 years at Real Madrid.

United were interested in acquiring their services in 2015 before signing a new contract with the La Liga club.

He is now back on his radar, while Ole Gunnar Solskjaer watches the defensive reinforcements as part of his summer reconstruction at Old Trafford.

Meanwhile, Liverpool's interest comes after he infuriated Reds fans by hurting Mohamed Salah in the Champions League final last year.

The two clashed when Salah was forced out with a shoulder injury early on and the Reds lost after two howls of Loris Karius.

The defender said he is thinking of leaving Real Madrid this summer

Jurgen Klopp remains committed to strengthening his team as he seeks to improve, having finished as runner-up Premier League by Manchester City this season.

The captain of Real Madrid Ramos has a brilliant resume with four wins in the Champions League and four La Liga titles, plus a World Cup victory and two European Championships with Spain.

But he may now feel tempted to test in England as Manchester United and Liverpool consider it a summer play.

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