Real Madrid star Sergio Ramos have been tipped to make Premier league transfer happen, but has been urged not to join North London side Tottenham Hotspur.
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The Spanish star has been linked with a transfer move to the English Premier League lately and there are growing speculations that the deal could happen by the summer transfer window.
One Premier league club which is seriously linked with the Real Madrid star is Tottenham Hotspur. However, they are not the only club linked with the veteran defender as reports has revealed that a host of other Premier league clubs are also interested in signing him.
Former Tottenham Hotspur striker Dimitar Berbatov has rubbished the speculations suggesting that Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos would be joining Jose Mourinho's Tottenham Hotspur.
Some reports earlier this week had claimed that Tottenham are keeping close tabs on the centre-back, as his contract at the Bernabeu is poised to expire next summer.
Spurs manager Jose Mourinho have been looking to add a veteran Centre-back in his team and is keen to bring in the Madrid who he has once coached during his time as Real Madrid manager.
Jose Mourinho worked with Sergio Ramos during his stint in Spanish La Liga which ended in disgrace after three years of his services.
Despite the strong speculation that Ramos could be reunited with his former boss Mourinho, former Tottenham and Manchester United star Berbatov believes that Ramos will remain at Bernabeu, but if he has to move, it would be to Manchester United.
Speaking to BetFair, Berbatov said:
"There has been a lot of speculation about the future of Sergio Ramos, "With Ramos 34-years-old, they are probably fighting over a one year or two year contract.
"I'm sure if Ramos wanted to move to a club like [Manchester] United then it would work out well for him too. He's in great shape, he's still a world class defender and in my opinion there's still a lot of football left in him.
"I see him as a Real Madrid player, however, and I think player and club will find a solution and he will stay.
"I'll be surprised if he leaves, but if things don't work out then I'm sure a lot of clubs will be interested in him."
On the other hand, Madrid are trying to tie Ramos down with a new deal but we are yet to see it work.