Sergio Ramos and Real Madrid are apparently no closer to agreeing on a new deal, with the Spain international refusing to consider anything less than a two-year extension.
The centre-new back’s contract at the Bernabeu is set to expire at the end of June, which means he will be available for free this summer.
While there was thought to be an improvement in negotiations between the two sides, Marca reports that the 35-year-old is no closer to extending his stay at the Bernabeu.
Los Blancos are still only offering a one-year extension, according to the paper, but Ramos is seeking a contract that lasts until the summer of 2023.
Ramos is said to be willing to accept the current salary, but is adamant about the duration of the contract, which might force him to leave at the end of June.
Man United are thought to be keeping a close eye on the situation surrounding the former Sevilla youngster, who might make his Champions League comeback against Chelsea on Wednesday night.