On Wednesday Spain and Real Madrid legend Sergio Ramos announced that he’s leaving the Bernabeu after spending 16 years with the club. As soon as top clubs in Europe got this info, interest were coming left right and center.

It is left to be seen where Ramos will go, as no official statement as been made as to his next destination.

Defending Premier League Champions Manchester City and Manchester United are reportedly in the running to sign free agent centre-back Sergio Ramos.

Real Madrid confirmed on Wednesday that Ramos will leave the Bernabeu at the end of the month.

Ramos who has spent the past 16 years with Los Blancos, did not agree terms on a new contract.

The 35-year-old is expected to have a number of clubs to choose from in terms of his next career move, though his salary could prove a sticking point for many.

According to reports, Paris Saint Germain have joined United and City are two teams in a position to match Ramos’s salary demands, and the Premier League pair are both in contention to sign the Spaniard.

One surest thing about Ramos transfer is that he won’t be going to his former club Sevilla, as he is supposedly has no interest in a return to former side

Among other major honours, the Camas native won five La Ligas, four Champions Leagues and two Copas del Rey during his time with Madrid.