- Sergio Ramos is reportedly going to leave Juventus for Real Madrid next summer
- It is understood that the Serie A side will make a bid if Jose Mourinho joins Real
- The Real Madrid captain is inlvelved in a dressing room bust-up with president Perez
Sergio Ramos could be on his way to Juventus as the Italian champions are plotting an audacious swoop for the Real Madrid captain.
The Bianconeri want the influential Spanish captain at the Allianz Stadium and the prospect of Jose Mourinho returning to the Bernabeu could seal a deal for Ramos.
The 32-year-old was involved in a row with Madrid President Florentino Perez following Real's 4-1 thrashing at the hands of Ajax in the Champions League.
Juven are looking to assemble a team capable of dominating Europe and want to reunite the Spanish defender with his former teammate Cristiano Ronaldo.
And should Mourinho return to the Spanish capital as expected, the Old Lady will cash-in on the controversial center-back who once had a strained relationship with Portuguese boss, AS claims.
Los Blancos have fallen on the backdrop of four home losses in all competitions which could end Santiago Solari's reign as manager of the club next summer.
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It is also understood that there will be massive clear-out of players, most of which have entered their 30's.
Reports from Italy claims that out of favour full-back Marcelo, has agreed personal terms with Juventus who is one of Ronaldo's good friends at Real Madrid.
His lack of playing time under Solari has cost him a place in Brazil's squad as Tite did not name the veteran for the Samba Boys' friendlies during the March international break.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Sergio Ramos has reportedly threatened to leave Real Madrid after he got involved in a dressing room spat with club president Florentino Perez.
According to Spanish news media outlet AS, Los Blancos captain had a row after the embarrassing 4-1 defeat to Ajax in the Champions League.
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